This one's been up long enough and gathered enough different critiques that it's time for me to do my own critique of it.
My main concern is that I wish I'd cranked the aperture down far enough to make the mirror images clear. I shot at f/2.0 because I wanted the mirror images to be soft and not the center of attention, but I was wrong. More about that later. But I'm like Brian, I like mirrors and display windows with reflections.
John, You're right. The picture is very slightly rotated, but look at the vertical where the black shirt is hanging. That's pretty much the index you'd straighten by. It's not enough that I'm going to worry about it. Furthermore, as Garry Winogrand said, "What rule says everything has to be level?"
Walter, A note on Degas's "L'absinthe:" An art professor once said that he gave a lecture on the Impressionists to a group of junior high kids in which he showed L'absinthe and asked for comments. The room was quiet for a minute and then one boy said, "She's stoned." The kid was right, but you have to wonder how that kid knew what a stoned woman looks like.
I appreciate the way Pete comes right out and says what he thinks. Pete, I don't entirely disagree with you. The picture does sort of look like one of the setups Robert Doisneau used to do. I assure you it's not, but that doesn't matter; what it looks like is what matters. That's why I wish I hadn't used such a shallow depth of field. This couple was having some kind of a mild argument, and being able to see their expressions -- especially the woman -- in the mirror would have made that clear. As far as hanging the picture, I may or may not. Probably not. But I print and hang a lot of stuff that comes down later. You can make most culls easily, but looking at a picture on a computer monitor isn't the same thing as looking at a matted and framed print. By the way, thanks for the compliment on my web collection.
Walter, Dave, John, Eric, Jeff, Thanks for the positive comments. This certainly isn't a picture upon which to hang one's reputation, but I kind of like it anyway.