Aaaand I got so excited that I forgot to post actual thoughts so here goes: I like the blend against the sky and I see only two minor things to point out.
1. the water shore in the left side against the farthest shore - it looks like it should be a tad whiter or lighter where the water touches the land. Just a tad.
2. There's a yellow spot close to the horizon and it's the one that overlaps the rock formation on the right side of the picture (the ones that are pinkish the closer to the water it is). Is the yellow supposed to go over the rock? Like, is that cloud?
Other than that I thoroughly enjoyed watching this
Thank you so much for the feedback, as usual (and also for the willingness to recommend me as a landscape creator ). I realize now that I have made some stupid mistakes with this one (yes, that yellow spot is a bit of cloud ). They're easily fixable, though.
She (me) saw the picture and immediately thought for some reason of Douglas Adam's Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy and the creators of landscapes. What a wonderful thing, if those actually existed, people who molded the plates of the planet's surface in a vision of beauty or rapture or awesome power. The immediate impulse was to write Emerald Depths a recommendation for the post and to pre-write and stamp a request to said shore-sculptor to be the first to test-experience each of her locations.
It's really pretty - and I totally did think of that when I saw it If you ever get to design planets or coasts or whatever I totally call dibs on being your test subject!