I can understand how this might not be everyone's cup of tea. However, I have more constructive criticism if you're open to it. I think this is a fine shot. The one thing though you might want to think about in the future, is choosing photos from your shoot where the models extremities are not out of frame or hidden behind an object (sometimes that's okay, other times it looks a bit awkward). In this case, her foot is hidden behind what looks like a dugout part of the ground. I think it takes away from the shot. But nice lighting and nice soft coloring to this otherwise.
LOL. "Creature from a mystical fantasy world" - The model is wearing some damn antlers on top of her head, a light yellow/beige corset, white panties, and white knee-high socks on and this shit gets a DD? LMAO. I'm literally cracking up typing this. Oh, and she's in a forest.
Yeah I wasn't planning on being so harsh but I would expect her to either be nude or wearing something like, camouflaged or green or something that would make her more a part of the surroundings than just antlers on her head. I do like the pose and the position on the rocks though. It's hard to find nice posing rocks.
Maybe she's going for albino or wolf or a white squirrel. Apparently white squirrels exist.
About as mystical as Santa girl costume. You are stunning, but the only thing truly in tune with nature and your environment here are your horns, and they look stuck on like an afterthought. You do not look at home in your woodland. I'd challenge you not as a model, but as an artist to reapproach this concept as something wild and natural; some vengeful horned goddess, feral and passionate. I would dare you to crease your nose and bare your teeth. Go be a forest creature. Earn that title.