What's to critique? This is very well done all the way around: composition, exposure, timing are all excellent. I say be proud of it, without need to look for improvement.
If you're looking for ideas around this theme, perhaps a very narrow aperture and a neutral-density filter combination on a steady tripod to see what a very long exposure would do to the mood of the piece by smoothing out the waters, and maybe peering through the fog for a little more clarity in the ridge lines emerging from the fog?
Perhaps a different time of day, to see what a different angle or color of light would do to it?
Maybe even a stark, high-contrast black & white version to see what mood and emotions would emerge in the story told by the image?
Regardless, this piece in and of itself needs no improvement to stand proudly as excellent and striking work
A doge for you~ I know I would be looking at something awesome when I clicked the thumbnail but this is really really beautiful and scenic and just WOW.
I like the colours in the photo. It gives a very calming and soothing effect. The waves were taken at such a great moment it's really skillful on your park. I wouldn't say it's very original since you see such photographs frequently. The fog is a little annoying but it serves it's purpose since it adds on to the mist of the waves and overall calmness. I really love this photography because it is a nice harmony between the calm and the action (of the waves)
Really wonderful piece of photography and don't doubt me when I said this photography inspires me
Tagle looks like a gorgeous coastal town! I like the subtle blues and greens. I am not a big fan of that random rock bunker-looking mess though. I would photoshop (clone stamp) that out, but it's up to you. Some folks are purists and do not wish to alter their shots in any intrusive way.