Another wonderful black and white. I think you can make the photograph stronger by cropping from the right (to get rid of the door, which isn't necessary and takes our attention away from the old couple) up to where the people's shadow endshttp://janpudney.net/ http://jaypea.redbubble.com/
I may be wrong. But, I disagree with desertpea. I think it is fine as it stands. This is my reasoning: The dominating feature of the capture is not the people. They are simply an element which supports the dominating feature. That feature I believe is the angle of the sunlight. If you look carefully at the shadows thrown either vertically or horizontally it gives you a stark sense of the capture. The doorway, people, lamp all their shadows emphasize the sunlight's angle which denotes the time of the day. I think it is fine as the capture is presented.