Exactly-- your massive and unoriginal watermark reminds me of stock photography-- which isn't a good thing, especially with photos as good as yours. Stock photography is boring, dime-a-dozen photos that everyone is just going to scroll past without a second glance.
If you're going to insert a huge watermark like that, make it something original or unique. That's probably my biggest beef about the watermark-- put some effort into it and don't use something so bland and ugly. To me, it'd be like if someone spray-painted racing stripes on a Lamborghini-- I see what they're trying to do, but in the end they've pretty much ruined the car with a cr@ppy paint job.
Anywho, hopefully that's not too harsh of an assessment, but I just think the skill and beauty of the watermark should reflect the quality that you already have in your photos-- especially with a watermark that intrusive.