Nice shot of Ingrid--quite attractive, and uses good poses. I love her top--very colorful, and goes well with her shorts.
I like the seaside setting, and that it's all out of focus, so as to keep the focus on her.
One thing that might work well with this image is to use a dark frame, rather than the white with the thin black border. Since her clothing and even her skin is comparatively dark compared to the sky, you might get a better overall effect.
The first time it really occurred to me was when posting pics in my gallery; w/o a frame, the dA page seemed to just bleed the color out of the pictures. About that time I noticed what others were doing (including you), and started using them. I like what you've done with your frames for sunsets, with the black frame and border in a color that looks as if it was sampled from the sky in the photo--really adds to the image.
usually do that sampling with sunsets. . . But sometimes - particularly if the image is fairly light - I'm reluctant to sue a black frame as it sort of drags your eyes away from the subject towards the frame. At least that's what I think.
Yeah, I can see that. But in this case, it seems that the subject is dark, whereas the sky is light. Also, IMO, the frame seems to add balance to the tones in an image. Anywho, just my ten cents worth.