Thanks! I'll tell you, but first I have to tell you that it's really not important for this kind of a photo. The conditions here are quite normal, light is nice, and I had all the time in the world to take the photo. It could've easily been done with a 5 year old compact It was done with a Canon 5d MkII and a 70-200 f/4 lens, but again, it's unnecessary for normal conditions such as this.
Hmm, interesting idea. Are you sure stock would be the way to go though? I expect people would want exclusive rights then, as if you're printing a book you don't want others printing their own books or something with the same image, and that would be quite a bit more costly (maybe I'm wrong in the idea that stock sites just trade at really low prices, for things like web resources?)
Not 100% sure, because then I would be considered unwise- I find it is always a better solution to brain pick others to chose the best way to go around things- but for this particular photo my opinion is that stock would mean extra income and more highlight on you and your work, call it your business card
This is also because, although it suggests a very appropriate setting for a vampire adventure, it is only that- the setting so a potential buyer-writer would give you the specifics about what are his characters features and how to bring them in the photo.
Dunno if my rambling makes sense, long day at work Anyway, it was just a thought, you're the decision maker