Thank you all for your kind comments and helpful critique. When I took the image my plan was to take the viewers eye from bottom right through the S shape in the water out towards the headland which would direct you back to the left and to the start at the bottom right again. I think it didn't really pan out. Hey ho another visit maybe in order Bill
At the moment James 31mm is my widest lens but I have a wish list when funds allow for either a 24mm or maybe ultra wide but I have never been sure on anything wider than 20mm as I tend to push too much away or end up with a lot of sky. Speaking of which , yes Ryewolf the sky was good and stayed like that for a good hour while I was there.
Thanks Paul, it seems to be my thing at the moment, I think the rocks are how I feel sometimes with the rest of the world just a blur. I hope you get a chance to travel down soon Geoff, give it a week or two though as the weather has not been great for photography of late but I am sure it will change soon