Grounding Electrodes

Electrodes less than 6’ apart.
Wrong type of clamp at rod.

Any other issues relative to the grounding?

A rod and a water pipe electrode are not required to be 6’ or more apart. If two rods are used as the electrode then they require the 6’ or more separation. It appears that the clamp is OK if it’s listed for that use on the GEC within the cable armor that is in the front, the extra conductor shoved between the armor and the rod is not correct (the one going up).

Also rods are required to be 8’ into the earth which this one is not unless it’s actually a 10’ rod.