I don't have too much helpful critique.
The only things I could point out is :
The brown in front looks sort of off for a mountain of that type. Brown is a nice color for it, but try little less red and yellow in that brown.. perhaps, mix in some subtle yellowish brown here and there on certain highlights (were the sun would shine). Besides that, I would look into experimenting with the snowy parts thats on the steep parts of the mountain. Try adding a few tiny vertical textures in various diagonals and variations to make it appear as if it is resting on small shelfs around the mountain side.Like a dump here and there.
And lastly, also try and see if you can add more shapes to the front mountain.. a little more detailed, and experiment with painting on (how to explain all this in English gah), vertical (lol) sort of shelfs on it.. that goes in different variables. So it gets that layered feel to it
(sorry for this clumsy critique, its hard to write in English when im tired )
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I had to look a bit to find any obvious fault. Really good job on both snowscapes and rock formation! I can easily see where and how the sun hits the various surfaces and it all makes sense, until the very front, where the snow seemes to fade away and blur in front of the closest rock formations. I think you need more definition here, just enough so it's clear whether the snow has fallen on a separate formation or is coming down the sides of the one with the two 'humps'
I think it's too blurry. It looks like you used a soft brush for the whole thing, I would suggest going over it with a sharper brush on some of the most contrasted contours. Also try putting more texture and variation into the foreground. Other than that good work.