I'm about to try this as a landscape painting, based on the rocks near where I live, a celtic-ish fishing shrine. It feels fairly balanced to my eye, with my fish carving at the focal point when I divide it in thirds. It's for a small galllery that exhibits local work, I want to get away from the typical "Nova Scotia fishing village" cliche a tad while still fitting in. I've included a photo of the last one I did as well.
Is there anything that really stands out as a problem in the composition?