I finished this landscape a few days ago. Although I've shared it with of few of my painting friends who are also members of this new forum, I thought I'd post it as encouragement to others to start sharing their paintings. I have two big issues when I paint landscapes. The first is I tend to over saturate the colors in general which leads to my second issue - getting the proper amount of color recession to help create depth. Although I have a very long way to go, I'm improving thanks to the support and constructive comments by my painting friends.....an important aspect of this forum for me. I think we can encourage and help each other improve by posting our work. This can be a tough thing to do especially for folks who have just started to paint - I learned to paint using Mark's earlier videos and have been painting for 21 months. This particular painting is of a section of the beautiful rocky coastline in central California, a few miles south of Carmel. The little piece of orange paint just above the center of the painting at the base of the middle ridge (point) of rocks and just above the water line is the 'keyhole'. Its a section of rock which has been eroded through to a small inlet on the other side which allows light into the keyhole later in the afternoon. In order to improve, what could I have done better?