Underneath Gibbs Hill lighthouse, Somerset, Bermuda.
This is a perfect example of why you shouldn’t use apertures below f16 – what you gain in potential depth of field you lose in shake and silly slow shutter speeds. If this had been shot at f16, ISO 200, with -1ev as it should have been, then this would have been tack sharp and worth keeping. As it is the light is fine, the clouds are good, the composition is ok… but its’ not sharp. And you will go through a phase in your photography where if it’s not sharp you don’t think twice before deleting – the sooner you get to that the better.