I'm still very new to photography so all criticism is appreciated; the more the better, even if it's all negative. Here's what I was going for and what I was working with. I had a 50mm lens attached to the camera, so there was no zooming and my movement was limited by the crowd behind me and barriers in front. My main goal was to put the Mexican flag in one of the strong points and the American in the other and to catch the singer between them. I really liked the two flags and wanted to feature them. In other shots that worked even less than this one, I tried focusing on the little girl playing between the flags instead. I am aware that the quality and resolution of the jpeg are not very high. That's because I am using this image for a website and I want it to be small and progressive. So, please ignore the resolution, compression, and progressive nature of the jpeg and instead focus on composition, exposure, contrast, and other things that matter from a picture taking or post processing perspective. Thanks for any input.