That's interesting, and I agree with Mike's sentiment.
But I'm also struggling a bit with this one. It's not sharp, the colours appear muddier than the subject would suggest, and the contrast is fairly low.
There is a more interesting image in something other than the natural representation of the scene. I think you could try twisting the colours around and see what happens.
E.g. mess about with an inverse grayscale layer like I did:
Thanks. And this looks interesting - I would swear I've seen this in a microscope a few years ago.