Well... now that the semantics and spelling police has had a field day
, perhaps it is the time to go back to the image?
The image is a well executed example of a rather well-know subject (piers/jetties protruding into milky waters), the staple of photographers like David Fokos. Nothing wrong with paying homage to the genre, and, as mentioned, this one is rather well done. There is a certain feeling that one gets by looking at it, and, at this point, I am at a loss to verbalize exactly what it is and why, but the image works for me. After all, there must be a reason the genre is so popular in fine art galleries. I also like the slightly warm tonality.
Having said that, there are things worth further experimenting with in post-processing. I find blocked shadows rather distracting, especially in the lower left corner. Overall contrast appears to be a bit higher than I would like to see, i.e., especially between the large highlight area on the right and the dark left and upper regions. There is one bright spot (a piece of wood?), placed horizontally on the first two piles, that is perhaps... well, too bright? Finally, it is worth considering if a slightly less elongated format is more suitable, say 8x10, as it would "tighten" the composition?