Wow! Some lovely evocative shots here.
It's pretty good as it is. Great chioice of music - not at all obvious, but worked really well.
As you're after comments:
This was all done with dissolves which is often thought of as the "lazy" way of cutting shots together. Personally I thought it wored quite well here but by the end I was getting a little fed up woth them. If you dod dissolve, be very careful not to dissolve between two similar shots (unless you're deliberately trying for a "match cut"). See example at 2:15 - not a bad example but you can see what I'm getting at.
Cut out all unmotivated zooms (1:07 was the only that jumped out, this may have been the only one - there was a zoom on the lizard ut that was clearly motivated)
I'd get rid of all stills or put them in a section where you make it clear it's a collection of stills. Mixed in the the video they just "look" different.
But even if you ignore all that, I think you've still goot a fine film.