Let me say that first I like the subject matter quite a bit, Dinosaurs are a favorite because of the child in me, so I want to encourage you on your course.
What jumps out to me is that there is no action. The Dinosaur is just standing there, and I think it would add to your painting to give the triceratops something to do, like eat something, bathe, charge, or just generally act like a dinosaur in movement. James Gurney, a master at dinosaur painting and art in general has many, many good examples of dinosaurs in action that tell a story.
I am sure you have some great story to tell as well!
Secondly, and I agree, there is no focal point. While you are showing blurring in the foreground I think the main focus, and the main detail should be on the triceratops and whatever it is doing. Also, I think you could get more interest if you have your dinosaur in a different view, say three-quarters or at a different rotation. That is not to say you cannot make it work completely horizontal, I am sure you can, it is just my thoughts on the matter.
Finally time of day, looks like the sun is setting, perhaps some sunset colors to add to your composition?
I hope this helps Brad, and looking forward to seeing your progress.
On that great road, always and forever journeying forward to that shining city on the hill.