I don't think this image merits more discussion - besides the tint issue it, is flawed in that there is no resting place or focal point as pointed out by Jeremy and Francois. But folks did take the time to comment, which is much appreciated, so I want to explain the concept with the hopes that someone might have some suggestions on how to get there. I have a professional and personal interest in complexity, non-linear dynamics and heterogeneous systems. What I was trying to get to in this image is the idea that with the exception of the rock, everything in the image is in motion and the motion is totally heterogeneous. The thing that fascinates me is the range of patterns and details of the motion in all of the individual domains. That is what I was trying to capture. Conveniently the bubbles in the water provide nice tracers to track the motion.
Anyway, I posted the image because I find the details of the image interesting (they make up the narrative) but I agree it doesn't transmit or invite you to explore the details and in fact ends up looking like uncomfortable chaos.
So, I welcome any thoughts about how one might construct such an image to provide a comfortable path into the details and to encourage the viewer to explore the details.