This part of the board doesn't seem so lively, and I have been having trouble with this image anyways, so I thought I would toss it out for consideration.
I took this at the beginning of January at Pigeon Point, North of Santa Cruz on the California coast, near sunset, as a wall of fog suddenly blew in from the sea, so quickly that neither of the other two bracketed shots (taken perhaps a second apart) have this effect. The histogram is very close to the right edge, but nothing was blown out, so I have reduced the brightness and increased saturation to try to capture more of the color which for that moment was on the edge of the clouds, but I am having trouble balancing the lightness of the top of the image with the relative darkness of the bottom, and I am also not sure I am not oversaturating it.
I think this is a dramatic moment that has potential, but I am not making much progress, so give me your thoughts. The left image is my current working favorite, the one on the right is the RAW file with minimum processing to show what i am working with.