i'm actually digging this. the contrast, imo, adds immensely to the impact. nude human figure veiled by a nice gray tone, contrasted with the emergence of a silhouette with a hint of human texture. the form is reaching for something and i am thankful that i don't know exactly what it is, though deduction would lead me there. comparing the zone contrasts from extreme left to extreme right - they work wonderfully. the blown out highlights around the faucet also keep me from focusing on them and indicate to me a 'finished emergence'. nice shot. the only thing that makes me uneasy in all the vertical strength of line is that your horizontal isn't level. i think a tilt to even your horizontal will strengthen it and also assist in silencing the converging verticals.
edit - a tilt to even the horizon of the diamond patterned tile.
I really like it. Concur with the previous posts on little contrasty. But I wouldnt try to improve it. Shots like this dont come often. One question. Candid or deliberate. It looks very "photojournalisticy"