Thank you all for the comments. I understand taking the blue sky out, but I really don't like 50:50 reflection shots. Maybe I should have stepped back and used some of the shore line to break it up more now when I look at it.
Very nice, but maybe because the rocks lead to the right, it would be better to crop out the headland altogether? I do this all the time, try and get everything into one frame. Whereas it going for simplicity of just the rock in one image, and taking a separate photo for the headlands.
Normally I would be all about getting down closer, but I'm recovering from a broken leg so wet rocks is not too feasible for me at the moment, and unfortunately here, its more of a gorge at the bottom so I think I'd have to use a rope to get safe access. I do have close ups at 50mm and 70mm...
The leaves are starting to turn here and there has a decent amount of rain. So I took a chance with a early finish at university and on a rainy day, to see what the colour was like here. Not quite there yet but still pleasing enough.