There's some visual interest in the parallel lines of rocks. And the exposure is ok considering the overcast flat lighting. Where I think the photograph fails is the framing and composition. Everyone in the world has stood on this cliff and looked at the ocean with this angled down facing view. The minute you look at the picture you work backwards to the photographer standing there with camera pointed down. Sometimes, you need to use your feet and hunt down a more interesting angle.
I can see where this content could be made interesting in a photograph, but it would take a bit more work. More trial and error even to find a more intriguing POV. I might be able to imagine an abstract featuring these parallel lines of dirt, rock, ocean, rock, ocean, sky and so forth. Maybe, maybe not, but you wouldn't get that with this static old view.
I think you found a subject- I just don't think you nailed what the subject had to offer.