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This is full of drama and tension, mostly brought on by the low contre jour lighting and the shadows.

The figure just off frame at the top, and seen only in shadow, brings a Hitchcock-like element to your scene. Does that figure have any connection to the cyclist? Are they both involved in something or is it just random? Many questions and narrative possibilities here.

Skillful work!

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