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I agree that the whole shadow would give a really "complete" look to the picture.
Yes, this would go well on a wall.
A beautifully-caught expression. Possibly a grandparental favourite!
Thsi is one of those shots that's really quite hard to critique, because there seems ot be quite a lot of processing in there, but you don't say what it is.
As Willie says, if you'd stopped down, the camera might have found a shutter speed to retain detail in the highlights. However, it's definitely a shot where checking the histogram at once, so that you can alter settings and reshoot at once is really worthwhile.
I'm intrigued that Willie has suggested it's oversharpened: I'm not sure it isn't the result of the number of contrasty lines and the lighting. I can't see the telltale outlines that too much sharpening usually gives.
The noise (in my head, it's still "grain"...) certainly adds to the abstraction.
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