Nice capture of an image with a lot of interest. The choice of subject is wonderful and really tells a complete story. It is something that you just want to fully explore. You can almost smell the interior of the old second-hand shop. Each of the window panes is like the frame of a painting, isolating the objects into unique sub-compositions that each hold the viewer's eye. The reflections of the architecture across the street help to further the narrative and add depth to the sense of place. While I think it is a wonderful image, there are a few things that I think would have made it even better. First is the bottom of the composition, that just cuts off the bottom of the doors. all of the other edges of the wooden framing are included and half a step back would have also gotten the bottom door edge which would have made a stronger composition. Secondly, the brightest areas of the composition are the edges which draws the eye away from the center. Using software to burn the edges just a bit would help to keep the eye centered on the windows and objects where it belongs. Lastly, The photographer could have moved just a few inches to the right and better hidden the reflection of their legs in the door frame but this is minor. Overall a very well done photograph.