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Love #2: dof and repetition of profile
plus #3: the distribution of sharpness and the sheer chaos on the wall. But I have the feeling that the size of the blurred area from the middle to the left is a bit too much. Perhaps a portrait-format shot (from the same vantage-point and with the same dof) would have shifted the balance of sharp vs. blur more favorable towards the sharp parts.

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