There is something rather special about looking down on the coastline from a high point, especially when the tide is out and expanses of sand are revealed.
And that is why I find Snowdonia in N Wales such a beautiful area. Wherever you are on a high peak in that area, you are likely to have a view out to sea. It adds another dimension to the view.
Sandwiched between the land and the sea are the regimented ranks of Mobile Homes or Static Caravans as we call them in the UK. These are a common encroachment on areas of coastline across the UK. Up close they can be an unattractive sight but (and this may sound a strange comment) when seen from above they provide a counterpoint to the beauty of the landscape, contrasting the structured domestic environment with the abstract elegance of the natural landscape.
So, do they add or detract to an image like this? What do you think? Are they an invasion of the natural landscape or do they provide the tension that we look for sometimes when we compose images?