|First off, I really enjoyed this story. Your writing is very descriptive, and I could feel the emotion you were trying to convey.
A few things...
Try to finish a paragraph at the end of a thought. You only have one paragraph in this story. It's difficult to read a wall of text, and I lost my place once or twice, having to go back and read again.
The use of "water's" is possessive in this sentence.
"The seagulls seem to float effortlessly over the waters edge."
When using the contraction "it's" be sure to know if your saying "Its" or "It is." You have a couple of misuses.
Affect = effect.
There is sounds = There are sounds - showing plural.
Try to avoid telling the reader how to feel. It's way better to SHOW them, and let the feelings come naturally!
"It is a truly scary feeling being totally isolated, knowing that predators lurk in the shadows, but I crave this feeling and this is why I came."
"My blood turns to ice as I realize I am alone. I am no longer a predator, I am now the hunted."
Try not to use so many adverbs ending in -ly.
Slowly = Eased
Barely = Almost
Keep on writing, and working on your craft. Even Stephen King has an editor...