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Both nice, but the color is so interesting in this scene that I would lean that direction.
Speaking of leaning, I have another observation that you are welcome to consider or ignore. When I first looked at the photograph I got the impression that the horizon isn't level. I looked more closely at it is level, but the impression remains. As I'm sure you have noticed, this is the result of the land at the right being higher and tilting down toward the center of the frame, the surf rising onto the beach at the far upper right, the fact that the junction between the end of the land and the start of the ocean horizon is obscured by the wave, and perhaps the amount of "tilting" land on the right. The fact that - I presume - the darker line of land above the beach at the right curves toward us probably also increases the impression that the right side of the frame rises.
This is a classic problem in landscape photography, so I don't offer this as a criticism of your photography at all! We've all photographed scenes with a camera that was objectively level, only to end up with a photograph that gives a sensation of tilting. (I've encountered this quite a bit in desert photography, where the horizon actually does tilt, and where there can be various layers that tilt in opposing directions.)
The really tricky thing is to figure out how to balance the objective fact that the frame is truly level with the subjective impression that something tilts in this level photograph! In this case, using the color version helps, I think, since it does give us clearer hints that the light area at upper right is, in fact, a beach that naturally tilts upwards from the waterline. (In the BW version we don't get cues about this from color that are as strong as they are in the color version.)
So, what to do?
1. Nothing. This might all be my problem, and neither you nor anyone else sees the tilt that I think I see. :-)
2. Perhaps rotate slightly in a clockwise direction. I checked the level of the ocean horizon and it looks pretty level, though I can convince myself that it would be OK to rotate slightly.
3. Consider a bit of a crop from the right side of the frame, reducing the weight of the elements that (for me) create the impression of a tilt.
4. I have no idea how well it would work, having not tried it, but I'd also experiment with slightly darkening the lighter section of the beach at upper right.