Quote Originally Posted by Travis
meh....thanks but as a noob.. i just can't bring myself to exhibit shots for critique that include wheels, water droplets, common barns, most flowers, and bridges....

The world is saturated with these types of photos.

I will confess to having several hundred of each variation though... I'm not sure of the psychological reason that my brain instructs my arms to raise the camera and shoot every wheel or water droplet I see.... I think Marko has some psychology back ground.... Perhaps you could share with us why it is I have to shoot every old rotten barn I pass?
A slightly different take on a clichée subject can still be very effective and your shot has the benefit of some different surface textures and the wood which allows it to rise above the typical clichée shot.