I like the shutter speed you used to give the breakers that silky appearance... in my mind, that's the most visually striking aspect of this picture. The nice thing about the striking portrayal of the waves is that it compliments the wood reinforced pipe, not just for tonal contrast, but that the nature of the landscape is the reason for the focal object being the way it is.
My only criticism is in the bottom border/ foreground area. What works for me in this shot is the slightly imperfect symmetry of the wooden structure, which from this perspective, forms a nice triangle. What detracts from this is the off-balanced reflection of the wooden structure in the foreground. It is dark and obvious, but would otherwise be great if its counterpart reflection were the same, or at least enough to keep the sense of symmetry going in the foreground as well If it is the case that the left piling reflection expressed itself further off-frame and towards the beach, I would recommend considering how this shot would look if that were shown in the foreground. This, however, may detract from the real star of the show and I can understand why this picture is the way it is.
Additionally, there is a water bubble or clam shell in the more subtle reflection of the left piling which detracts in a similar fashion. Put bluntly, I agree with the previous poster about the problem of the foreground... as it currently stands, the foreground distracts me twice from an otherwise great scene.