Hope both your Mum and Camera are better soon!
I've also posted far to few shots recently - much of what I have been taking recently has been family shots while out on holiday or day trips (using my A6000), and any time for pp has been taken up with them.
I will soon have another photographic challenge though, as we are getting a puppy in a couple of weeks time (a cockerpoo, mainly white / cream, with dark brown ears and a couple of dark brown splotches on his back - which will be an interesting challenge to get exposed nicely!), so you may see a few shots of him appearing here.
I'm broadly in agreement with John on the set of images
#1 The foreground rocks are nice, and work well, but I'd be tempted to try raising the shadows in the cliffs, and lightening the sea in the bay to make it more blue-green, rather than almost black (the section where the water is smooth) - it might bring out the submerged rocks, and add some extra interest to what is otherwise a large dark area - it's very much a 'what might help' idea, rather than 'this will work', but that's the thing that springs to mind
#2 Sorry, this just doesn't work for me - the long exposure has smoothed out the water and sky making them almost abstract, and my first impression was of a composite of 4 images - there is no 'connection' between the sky, mountains, water and foreground. I suspect this might be a scene where a short exposure would work better, as you have a lot of 'texture' in both the foreground and distant mountains, which is why the ultra smooth water looks odd.
#3 Given what I've just said about #2, the same should apply to this one - but here the smooth water and sky are fine. I think it's because the hut joins the jetty to the mountains, and the pebble beach to the right provides a join to the water (where you see the submerged pebbles).
#4 This is my favourite, as John said it's a very 'calm' image, just take your time, relax and enjoy the view!
#5 As John has said, the submerged concrete in the foreground dominates - perhaps a longer focal length would have both reduced it's prominence, and also made the distant church and shoreline larger in the scene?
As always, thanks for sharing them with us - it's always good to see your shots, which never fail to make me wish I had the time to travel up and see the views myself!