Great composition, lighting and balance. (Your natural light shots always amaze me.) The model, of course, conveys a beautiful, fit and muscular appearance. Facial features and eyes are clearly visible.
Two things. First, I wonder how many viewers immediately turn their head to the same orientation as the face of the model. This has to be a comon psychological response, right? Imagine all the men that look at this image and immediately tilt their head like a confused puppy.
Ater looking at the image for a few seconds, that orientation alignment thing vanishes, but it was my initial reaction so I could see Hanna's lovely face. Just for reference, I went to three different sites to look for tilted heads (Met Art, Femjoy and Hegre). Hegre tends to do studio shots at odd angles, but for his outdoor shots and for the othe two sites, maybe 97% of the frontal and over-the-shoulder shots showed models with a level or very nearly level head. I'm not saying it is wrong, just that it is uncommon in this genre. Perhaps...just perhaps, the images on those sites have to quickly grab the viewer and a tilted head makes that difficult. Something to think about, I guess.
Second, I'm thinking a model this striking should naturally have a more confident pose...the slight bend, tilted head and somewhat closed body language conveys something more tentative and uncertain. I get that there are only so many ways to sit on a window ledge and I do think that the recline shows off some of her curves beautifully. You may have been going for a tentative look, but having a model this powerful convey a little more confidence would be wonderful.
As always, thank you both for sharing!