Something to Admire is what she is seeing, not that she's not to be admired. It's in those eyes, the desire to have, to achieve or obtain what she feels from that which she is seeing and it has a grip on her that she cannot hide. The moment is solely hers as to what's around her all a blur, persevering, her thought remains clear, free from the noise that surrounds her as if what she is seeing was there just for her. On the other hand, if the background is as it is because of an effect to put the focus on her is lacking just that. If it all was as sharp like the stitches on her jacket the viewer would still bring their focus to the depth in those eyes, the crisp softness to her lips and the red of her cheeks and nose. So to appreciate the light from the day and the chill in the air, your left with what is she seeing and that you caught such a piece of time with your camera!!