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+1 @ much of Chuck.
Nice job Karen.
For me, the figure may very well be the rider who has just finished a day of adventure, now transitioning to a more mellow time of day.
The tonal ranges are lovely ... although I'd edit those bright rings and maybe tone down the "flashlight" by the figure and also that little "stub" of brightness just left of the bike. I get Chuck's point @ ghosting/mood, but I do prefer it with the ghosting corrected (at least on the bike). For me, the ghosting creates the mysterious mood that Chuck mentions, but I'm inclined to take it toward the end of the joyous riding day, ready for more tomorrow. Interesting how different a mood/message can be rendered by such a small thing. Just depends on the message you want to send to your viewer as to which what to go with things (i.e. all things @ S&P to taste).
Very nicely done for handheld ... very nicely done, period. This is one you can linger in and take a stroll through, never really getting tired of exploring/enjoying it. Wall hanger (investing the effort for technical issues) for sure, it is timeless, classic and quite serenely beautiful with a hint of adventure.
Wondrous Day Today: Another One Comes Tomorrow
(or some more eloquent way of conveying that message)