I am close to DarkPenguin's idea, because the diversion at bottom and somewhat at top take me away from what I presume is the primary focus. With a bit more time and care you might consider darkening and deepening saturation of the bits of sky at the top to keep them from leading us out of the image. As it is, I have cropped down just a bit for the same reason.
I'm inclined to keep both vertical fenceposts simply to rhyme with the square shape of the house, the squarish shape of the colorful centerpiece plant, and the little hut in the left background, though I admit that removing either one yields a very different and appealing image.
The more I look at this the more I like it, for the repeating vertical lines, the repeated senses of enclosure, and the movement of the lower diagonial lines of stream and logs to add some dynamism to the shot.