Stamper, I'm with Pup. I like faces, and I like these faces. But I also agree with Jason. I wish the crops weren't so tight. Too bad the surroundings were so cluttered. If I have a zoom lens on my D3 I too often zoom in and exclude some of the things that should be in the picture. I overcome that temptation by walking the streets with a 50mm prime on the camera, which forces me to a better combination of distance and perspective, but that sometimes can lead to clutter. What aperture did you use for these? If you could open up to, say, f/1.4 -- or even f/2.8 -- the clutter might turn into pretty interesting bokeh.
Nice to see someone shooting people instead of birds. I don't think I've ever seen a people picture that wasn't interesting in some way.