I don't do critiques very often these days, but since you asked, this pic is so damned close to being excellent.
The model, the lighting and the overall composition are all excellent. But it's all in the detials and in this shot there are too many sort of unidentifiable things surrounding the model which do damage to the image. First, the rather trinagular shaped shadows on the model's right side are very distracting and unnatural looking. I suspect that if she had model just a few inches forward, those would have been removed.
The big leaf close to and in front of her face is distracting. Being so close to her face and so large, it competes with her face for attention.
The logs(?) bamboo(?) or whatever on the model's left side are also distracting. Not enough of them can be seen to easily identify them, so they distract. Including more of them might have added to the image rather than detracting from it.
The model's left arm, leaning on the wood(?) in in front of her face and torso; a combination of the arm's position and the angle of the camera make it look 'odd', a bit overly strained, seen in the pronounced elbow bones and muscles/tendons in her forarm. Again, had she moved forward just a bit, that arm's angle would have been better.
Finally and a lesser problem, the lower crop is just at her right knee. I know you know better than that! Tht alone isn't all that bad, but when combined with the other problems, becomes more serious.