This piece is extremely well done. I like how the piece is centered on the model and the background is blurred to direct the eye to her and only her.
Whether intentional or not I like that you took the shot while the wind was blowing through her hair. So often I see photos like this where there's absolutely no action going on and it makes the shot look boring.
While I do love this choice of shot for her I feel it lacks in originality because I see so many shots like this in the media. I do however realize that it's hard to get a shot like this just anywhere.
just a little bit to the left would have been perfect... the eye of the viewer is "set" to search for the subject in 1/3 or 2/3... it's a little bit unusual to see the subject right in the middle of the picture. However, the bokeh effect and the model are absolutely gorgeous
I have to disagree with Easy-Shutter, The background is enough out of focus for me, to allow the model to pop - while being enough in focus to add extra interest in this shot.
I am struck by her presence and beauty and how dominant she is in the frame, while then being curious as to the surrounds and trying to place the city she is within, while trying to understand what she is doing there and having this whole story play out in my mind while ultimately still appreciating her eyes.
Her being centred, rather than the traditional 1/3 or 2/3 position in the frame, does not detract from how much I am lead into the image from the left, again to her eyes, and that is helped by the trail of her hair in the wind, reading from left to right.
I think this is helped by the squarer format of the frame, rather than being cropped.
The background, even fuzzy, occupies too much space in the picture. I think that the model is too centered and should have been more to the left, and closer. This would have reduced the space over her head.