I love the way you put the city on the lower margin, and made the sky dominate the picture. Looks like it's the Budapest sky which is predominant here, not Budapest itself. However, I like this, gives a sense of freedom.
And this time it was you who got my message, just as I did with your "first person point of view" shot. I wanted, in a way, to emphasize that despite all the beauty created by human culture(s), we're just a small fraction of Nature (with a capital N, yes ), of the world that has been "here" since time immemorial and will remain here and will still be beautiful* when we, humans are long gone - and that that gives us a kind of freedom we really should grow up to appreciate. (Well, put it like that it sounds a bit -ish but... umm... that's what I think. )
*okay, beauty is in the beholder's eye, and if there's no beholder... but let me just not get lost in that now.