|hi Rob - your critique club moment.
My first reaction to this is that the dynamic range seems very narrow - no real whites, no real blacks, but then I wondered why I felt that was a problem. I think I'm a bit too used to this kind of image - possibly only because I live very near a major business district in London, and see this stuff all the time - so the distortion of the reflections has little impact; because of that familiarity I was looking for another element - maybe a double reflection, or some detail of texture, or of light to surprise me a little, and not really finding it. The panels between the glass are uniform, almost textureless. The distortion itself is rather middle-ground to me - not completely wierd, nor very slight: just what I would expect, in short.
It's an entirely competent shot technically, of course - as I'd expect from someone who could take that Corne photo - and obviously meets the challenge well enough. It's just a bit ordinary, I think; a bit lifeless - which is what people are after with the colour and contrast comments, I'd guess.
All the best