It looks normal to me - that's what happens if you put it on the big chainring and one of the bigger sprockets.
Normally, you would try to avoid the biggest couple of sprockets when on the big ring and the smallest couple of sprockets when on the small ring because the chain has to bend a bit far sideways which makes it noisier and wear more quickly.
The length of the chain should be such that nothing breaks if you use the big ring and the biggest sprocket at the same time. As I mentioned above, you normally wouldn't do that but sometimes you will forget and do it without thinking. If the chain is way too short then you could have problems. Check by standing next to the bike and lifting the back wheel off the ground while you test it. It should be obvious if the bike is struggling in that combination. If so, then do as @mrandmrspoves suggests and use a longer chain.[/QUOTE
Thanks, really helpful
This.it looks overstretched and not quite on your lowest gear. A few extra links in the chain would sort it.