I'm a sucker for texture, I like the Siskind abstracts, and I am never happier than when photographing rusty hinges - so I like this image.
But if you break it into quadrants, the top two quadrants and bottom left quadrant are much more interesting to me than the bottom right. The lighter tones and more complicated patterns draw my eye to the top left, so much so that I wonder what was present just above the top left corner of the picture; I'd be interested hearing from Matt why he framed it the way he did.
And while the abstract patterns please my eye, the image doesn't have (for me) the emotional impact of the Levitt photo, for example.
It sounds like I'm carping, but I do like the image. (But us texture junkies have lots of photos of
tree bark, peeling paint, crumpled papers bags, etc.....)