Jonathan, I find your image quite interesting. The first thing which I found most striking was the dimensionality of the image. There appears to be two distinct planes. The building appears to be extremely flat with a very shallow depth of field on that plane. Then there is the red, pink and yellow shape (the roof of the playground) , which appears to be on a completely different plane than the building. It seems to be floating in front of the building and gives the image a surreal quality. The bland background colours contribute to the differentiation between these two planes.
The speckles of yellow in the sand play area link the upper part of the image to make it whole rather than two uninked sections.
I really like the colours. It is a refreshing change to have colours such as these instead of the usual blue skies and green hills.
I also find it interesting that there is no human presence, yet the traces of them - toys in the play area, opened windows.
Questions are posed about the building. Is is a school? Is it a workplace with an attached creche? Is it an apartment building with a playground? There are not too many clues - so these questions still remain unanswered, adding to the intrigue.
There are very strong diagonal elements in your image. Following the lines upward from both sides of the yellow/red/pink form, they lead up to the edges of the white roof. That seems to keep the focus into the centre where this swirling movement could originate.
I find the black line on the upper left does not support the 'globulating' fluid nature of the roof, and although continues the diagonal repetition of the three vertical lines, I think the image would benefit more if it wasn't there. Would you be so kind as to have go at removing it to see if it makes a difference? ..and posting the results.?
Keep taking that camera wherever you go Jonathan!