Gentlemen, I can't agree. I like the shot, and if anything disturbs me, it is the footprints in the sand, because the natural elements combined with the light exudes a pristine natural quality. I think everything is nicely balanced and dynamic. The triangular shapes and diagonals propel the eye and the walker through the image. At the same time the light is soft and restful. Each reinforces the other. Had the walker been placed in the rule of thirds area as suggested (ie if there was more sand under the walker) then he would be more static and more dominant. I also think the quality of the light, which can be seen in the water and its wonderful texture, is a second motif which has about equal weight with the walker and should be seen as part and parcel of the whole image.