The scene in this work is rather beautiful, with a good part of that due to the model. The focus here is great, capturing the details one wants to take in and blurring out the less important aspects. I especially like how her top appears; it is indeed eye-catching in its warm colours and how well it is worn. The colours here are used fantastically well: the warm colours of skin and grain contrasting with the dull, cool greens of the background.
The only thing I find odd is bluish, blurred object at the far right. It does not really fit in the scene.
I think that this is a beautiful photo. The color of her skin and the contrast of her hair, are perfect, along with the almost golden bronze top she is wearing. The color of the tall grass is perfect with its very light tan color. Everything fits perfectly into the picture. The only thing I have to say I didn't like, is that house or something to the right. I feel as though, the color of that, the bright blue messes with everything in the picture. It drew my eye away from the model for a moment, and I felt upset that something like that was even in the photo. She is gorgeous and nothing should draw your eye away from her. I've seen the other shots of her, and they are perfect.
The other things that I have to say about this photo is the way the sun is behind her, and her skin takes on a nice warm tan color. As well as the subtle beauty marks that she has on her stomach. I think moles are the cutest thing on a girl. Even if I am female myself. They make a girl, beautiful. Lovely work. Just, watch things in the foreground and background, but keep up the wonderful work.
I love this shot. I like the warmth of the light, the foliage in front, the color scheme of her clothing, the relaxed expression. If there were just ONE thing that I see, it's that her eye liner is a bit over the top. She has big, pretty, dark eyes as is -- all the eyeliner isn't necessary. Otherwise, great.