Great portraiture that intelligently contrasts the cold hardness of the stone walls and floor against the soft and organic figure of the model. I see the fight between the linear with the curvy femenine lines that break it. I would not crop it anymore in order to show the broken part down below. Model's makeup and hair-do are perfect for the greyish location. The impact of the model's costume and makeup against the grey stones blend her perfectly to the setting eventhough of the contrast I mentioned early. Because a blunt and blattant intrusion to the location would have brought down the subtlety to make the model as part of the setting but at the same time bringing a beautiful contrast.
I know what I was thinking when I first saw this photo, she is hot. How can a Model make concrete look good? She listens to the photographer. A man who had a vision, put this model wearing black on old cement with years of weathering, and let us see how well it comes out. I love the challenge in her eyes. the fact that you could get her right foot on that angle must have hurt. She obviously trusts the photographer who knows how high that piece of concrete is, she did a good job listening to him, and he in return showed her how beautiful she can make concrete. The picture is beautiful and the model is at her best, with those eyes and lighter but pout y lips. I do not think you could have not asked more from the Model or the Photographer.