Just wanted to comment that I like this image a lot, and the title is appropriate. I assume you applied a blur filter on the foreground / background to draw the viewer's eye to the center, which is a great effect. My suggestion would be to use a gradient adjustment layer applying the blur so that it's not so abrupt, and not so obvious that you did that. This would give it more of a natural depth of field look. Just a suggestion for the future. Of course, if you didn't do that, then I just made an ass out of myself!
I always enjoy the short focal length in landscape images because they make it feel like a small scale model. It makes the world feel small and large at the same time. There's so much fun to be had with this technique.