There's some interesting juxtapositions here, for sure. The plastic thingies against the round metal.. thing. The holes in the plastic thingies against the acorns.
Nice juxtapositions don't make a composition, though. The result here is just a busy collection of stuff, there's nothing really to look at. I see nothing more important or less important in here.
This is a style of thing I see people whacking away at, and it's just a hell of a thing. I've never seen it work, but I agree that there ought be be something possible there, I just don't see how to get to it. Jackson Pollack made immense canvases that have many of the same properties - busy collection of stuff, nowhere for the eye to rest, no subject, no hierarchy of importance.
Like Pollack or not (I don't) his stuff is somehow a whole bunch easier to look at than this sort of thing. Possibly it's simply that we're not used to it in photographs and we are in paint? I don't know, and I wish I did.