I thought it was quite original. It's not the very first time I've ever seen it, but most mountainscapes are from the valley below, or even if you're on another peak, you're still getting a wide view across the horizon. I like that you seem to be hovering over the ridge or are teetering at the top of the world, ready to fall either direction. And the colors are exquisite. This would be awesome at any time of day, but that was really cool to catch it at sunrise. You should do sunset, too, and see the contrast.
This is honestly a beautiful piece with few weaknesses, but the main one I noticed detracted a lot for me personally. I love the colors and soft focus in this piece. However, it's quite grainy when you view it at full view. I wish it had been clearer. I don't know if it happened in editing or could be edited out, but it distracts a lot for me.
It didn't blow me out of the water when it came up in my messages, but I raised my eyebrows and was impressed. You should go back and try to get a clearer shot. I like this and will be favoriting.
Thanks for that, I'm pleased you like my work enough to take the time to comment and offer advice. I'm trying to remember why this ended up so noisy in the first place. I know I recently worked on this so I will look into it and if it was a developing glitch then I shall fix it up.
I have quite a few photos of that area in my gallery already, just do a search for either mountains or grampians and you'll have plenty to look at.