I've written before about revisiting the images from a photoshoot and finding things I hadn't seen before but sometimes it happens when I revisit a single image that I thought was "done" but that keeps nagging at me. It happened with this shot. The original crop is at the bottom but I came back to it a couple of days ago thinking maybe the crop was a little off. One nice feature in Lightroom is that it preserves the original file so when you adjust the crop it shows you the entire image again with the cropped area overlaid. As I worked on what I believed would be a minor adjustment, I saw the arch in Blueriverdream's neck and angle of her chin, and the emotion it lent the image. The image took on a different mood and the focus shifted, for me at least, from the curve of the hair echoed in the the edges of the body and the breast to the more sensual tilt of her head with the hair now framing the image. Currently, I'm liking the newer image (at the top) more. But which one works better, do you think?