Night photography is tough! The scene doesn’t compel me forward, like you would expect leading lines to do. Perhaps the bottom half of the image is too dark in general. There are a lot of tiny spots of things strewn throughout the image (stars, clouds, jetstreams, lights, light reflections, pockets of light on the rail of the pier, black specs in the water). It would do good to clean things up leaving only what is important to the subject perhaps? It’s good that there’s no merging between the pier and the land on the horizon, but after shooting this one I may have tried a shot where elements of the pier were protruding above the horizon to help break up the half-and-half composition.