|Greetings from the Critique Club
Strong points: A very good idea, telling the story of getting closer to a wave, how it hits the wall, grows, and falls over it. The wave itself is great, as is the sky. I also like the light reflected on the retaining wall, very beautiful.
Possible weaknesses: The presentation doesn't get the story across well enough. The light in the pictures changes. The third picture (bottom) looks softish.
Technicals: You say you took 3 images in burst mode. I'm assuming the "getting closer" is achieved with cropping then. It is hard to make good images in this situation, I think. The light in the sky, even though it is evening (or early morning?), is quite powerful compared to the light on the face of the wave. The images "look" like they have different light. It must be because of the crop.
I wonder if you could have maybe processed each individual image so that the light would look the same, possibly getting a bit more definition on the water itself (curves, shadow/highligh, I might even try tone-mapping here).
Presentation: The 3 images stacked without any divisions or borders between/around them make for a clean, but somewhat bland presentation. The vertical arrangement might be difficult to read - we are used to move eyes more in a horizontal fashion for stories. If would be impossible to put 3 wide images next to each other here, but you could try putting 3 slices next to each other, and see what happens.
Overall: A beautiful series of pictures, and a good score to show for it. I personally think that any of the 3, especially the top 2, might make a pretty good picture all by themselves.
I hope this helps. If I can be of further help, please contact me.