Sometimes it's easier to notice important notable things if you can't see well. Take peripheral vision for example. No one can see well out of the sides of their eyes. Yet, there is a tenderness in peripheral vision.
My eyes fell to the left of this scene but felt a tug by the blend of subject and textures. It felt so classically painterly that I couldn't help but look closer. This photo is my attempt to capture that tug, both just after and before you notice something from a slant.