|*Hello from Sid and the Critique Club*
An appealing image that contributes to the open challenge.
This is a cute image of the child in action at the bowling alley, I like his stance and the reflections and the way you have included the bowls station on the left edge of the frame. The low viewpoint works well, however, I think a shot a fraction later as he is releasing the ball would have had a lot more impact you may even have got a reflection of his facial expressions at the same time, that would have been good.
I do like the mono presentation, very appealing, the tones are good. I think maximum aperture would have softened the pins down a little thus concentrating the attention on the boy even more. Perhaps a portrait orientation would have emphasised the length aspect of the alleyway better than this landscape which has a lot of 'dead' space on the right, and you would have had plenty of room for his reflection too. I've only just noticed his ball is next to the pins so he has already bowled, I should have looked at your title shouldn't I! So, the shot ought to have been sooner rather than later as stated above.
Anyway, thanks for your submission, Sid