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Definitely one of the cases where more info will help a good deal.
The best advice is to move around, and try different angles, especially as you are jsut starting to shoot portraits. I find street photography scarier, as I don't know if the people in my viewfinder want to be photographed. With portraits, I know the answer!
This is a beautiful little corner you've found in the city, and it was a really good idea to stop and take a picture.
Beautiful light, shining on a beautiful place.
This has a really stong feeling of a hot, lazy day. Rather beautiful...
The really creative thing to do would be to lose the light off to the right, and shoot by candlelight.
The big problem is that there's no dominant subject. Occasionally, that can work: sadly, it doesn't in this case, I feel.
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