I am hoping everyone is well and staying safe, I am teleworking from my beach house near Rehoboth Beach Delaware. Yesterday it poured rain all day but the storm was supposed to be out of here by early morning, I did not expect a great sunrise but had hoped to capture some decent waves. I've been studying the composition techniques, trying to see if I can visualize the scene while setting up the shot. Making sure I have a good foreground, and it leads into the photo, to give the viewer something to explore. My favorite time is Civil Twilight, there was not much today, no sunrise - I took a few shots, moved, moved again, I found the rock formation I wanted and this side had bigger waves, after several more moves and watching the waves, knowing I wanted to capture the water movement and the rocks. I have several that I like, but to me, this one stands out. It checks a lot of the boxes for composition that I wanted to develop that skill better.
3/24/2020 at 6:50 am, sunrise was at 6:58
Cape Henlopen State Park - Herring Point
Pentax Lens 18mm - 55mm at 35mm
As always I am looking for comments, critiques, and any advise on what I did right and wrong