The camera placement puts the fence essentially in the middle of the frame, describing a nearly horizontal line bisecting the frame. Since the fence is so dominant visually, that results in what to me is a somewhat static composition. A little different perspective could make the fence into a more dynamic diagonal line and also result in cropping some of the distracting grass in the foreground.
An interesting idea worth consideration. One of the main reasons for shooting from the spot I did was to tie the interval between the fence posts and the interval between the hills together, which I thought was visually interesting. The only way to get that and the more diagonal perspective is either with the Lens Correction filter or a lens with movements.
As to the detail in the fence posts, it's there in the full-res image, but did not survive the downsizing for web. There's only so much detail you can pack into a web JPEG.