I like the way the glass looks majestic and elegant at the same time. Sure the white line is not refracted realistically, but it works. My eye is not only drawn to the glass, but if forces me to look at the detail in it. Nice work
The white line that goes behind the glass isn't refracted the way light would be when traveling through glass like that. It looked to me like you were attempting to make the line look as if it were actually a part of the photograph, so I thought I would mention this. Other than that, though, its good work.
It's a good thing that you pointed that out, however refraction is a pain in the dick. I tried several things and I could make none seem real enough, so I decided to just say fuck it and go ahead and be surreal on purpose. Even though it was a last resort.
Probably the easiest way to do it would be to create a 3D model of the glass in a program and then create a 2D surface that acts as the line and then set the properties of the glass to be that of glass and render it, but then you'd have a hell of a time making the render look like the photograph or adding the fixed line into the photograph...