That is beautiful. I have one very small constructive critique for you, because this is what gave away to me that it wasn't actually a photo -- your lighting completely sold the illusion the rest of the way: the far shore of the lake has too crisp and dark a line. Where it runs into the golden plant stems, a softer, more blurred out water-getting-shallower-and-more-shadowed-by-plants line would be perfect. Further along, where the edge is defined by shadow, a more ragged and graduated shadow would help, as though the sunlight were falling through the tops of the plant stems. I say all that to say this: the rest of the image is perfect, especially the quality of the light and shadow, and the interactions of the plants with the water in the foreground. Absolutely spectacular.
The edges of the water look a bit too sharp for a natural image... maybe blend the grass/reeds into it a little?
Your clouds are amazing! A beautiful piece
I love the shadow of the buildings in the distance, but maybe add a little more contrast to bring them out just a little more, or put more emphasis/focus around the area, because I only noticed it by accident...