One thing that I really love about this photo is the choice of colors. The pink color on the dress and the blue of the bench are especially lovely. These photos are not the easiest to color - in fact, I have always found them to be some of the most difficult. You know the details are there, but you are not always able to see where they begin and end due to the unfortunate quality. That being said, I believe you did great on the detailing of the gown and the bench. Points for choosing a photo of Olga from the 1914 session which is not done as often as the others. However, I feel that there could have been some more color added. The background would serve well with a peachy-cream color and even a lighter white to take away from the grayscale of the image. The skin itself is well done but I would be more careful when doing blonde hair. I think the color is too warm and should be toned down to a light brown which will give it the illusion of being blonde without going over the top. The flowers are done well, but the green could use some work. However, the sparseness you've shown to the color creates an old fashioned effect and reminds me o the photos we have of the girls in which they themselves added bits and pieces of color to the photographs after they were developed. All in all, this photo is well done and not at all bad. Olga Nikolaevna is brought to life in the photo.