Taken January 2005, Facing Mumbles, Swansea Bay UK. Using Samsung Digimax 202. I loved the silhouette of the tree and cliffs against the gently setting sun. The texture of the low tide and clouds also give the scene depth.
Michael Pomery 25/02/2005 4:20nice work mate.
as per robs comment, it is true. To make the final step into greatness, the horizon must be straight.
simply because if we do not conciously notice, our subconcious will tell us that something is not right, thus creating annoyoance with the composition.
all you need to do is do a free transform on photoshop and rotate the picture until the horizon is straight.
then you will definaltey have the icing on the cake for this already great pic.