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There's not too much wrong here David. My only thought about how it could have been improved was to have shot the same shot around dusk, whilst there was still a small amount of blue colour in the sky - probably would have still given you a slow enough shutter speed to blur the trams as well as livening up the shot in the colour stakes. Cheers, Andrew.
I agree with Jestertheclown (Brenda), as the placement of the windmill would have been much better more towards the R hand side of the shot, which would have placed it closer to the third of the way in. Whilst the Rule of Thirds is not always the be all and end all of composition rules, it would have helped considerably with making this a much better shot.
I like the square crop here Ian, but this has lost something in the conversion to mono - the shadows around her face (with particular emphasis around her eyes) and her lips, are too dark. You could try to get some more light onto these areas whilst retaining the dark contrast of the rest of the shot (I assume you wanted this look).
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