An interesting object maybe, but the lighting is wickedly harsh and unattractive. Those highlights are blown out and they don't render the piece the way it would normally look. An awful lot of the picture is kind of empty space with no particular value. In this case I think the open lens isn't helping by making the b/g diffuse. It's so easy to re-shoot backyard scenes when the light is more favorable, that maybe it's not a good use of time trying to process what isn't really there? Better light and maybe stopping down the lens might make a more intriguing picture.