The photo it self is composed extremely poor. Fish eye from the bottom, the whole left frame all they way to the middle and then some if out of focus and not adding to the shot at all. If you were trying gnar DOF kind of thing with him in the right third, well it didnt work.
Half the image is distracting and seriously takes away from the subject. Lose the fish, shoot long lens, seeing how the bank is horizontal along the with rail behind it, a front on shot or an extreme pan far right and low could of been a better choice.
You cant see the trick at all, you cant see the bank at all, all you see is the curb, the curb filling more than half the image and a subject in the right third doing a trick you cant makeout.
The lighting is on point, the rim works well and the front of the bank is exposed perfect. The angle just so ruins everything, the bank being horizontal I feel could make a strong composition if you were in front of the subject knee height, maybe far right also. Have that horizontal bank be the main line for the photo, having it in strong direction inside the frame. Long lens and that angle would allow you to see the trick and get something going aesthetically for the photo.