I love the colors and light in the sky as well as the reflections, but there are a couple of problems here. We know that photos lie, especially in high contrast conditions. I took this photo recently and I remember that the land mass was not black. It might be almost black at night, but there was still quite a bit of light at this time. Besides that, this is a very boring composition. There are 3 shapes (sky, land, water) that are very close to the same size. The tree line has the pines and deadwood that are typical in our area, but it practically forms a wall across the scene.
So, back to my "ideas" file of local landscapes.
While looking at the second photo I blocked in the darks and the shape of the water. Once I worked out the composition I only looked at the first photo for the drama in the sky and the water. I kept a little bit of light in the land mass, avoiding a black flat shape.
This was local scenery, which was requested, but I took the liberty of using photos from two different sites, each with something of interest.
Save your reference photos and mix it up! Many of us are having a tough winter. It is a good time to organize your files and find inspiration.