Very good the perspective, interesting the elements, a good idea.
Excellent the management of the light and the chromatic answer.
A thing, however, Dory, must tell you her and it concerns the composition and the construction of the photo.
What I immediately notice, observing, they are the dark parts of the "wheelbarrow".
Automatically it's that, my brain, considers as subject;
but a "subject" you cannot be in shade, you must be completely legible (rare cases excepted).
Well, to this point, I think:
the only element well illuminated and detailed it is the door (if the principal element, as it seems, it's that...
then the wheelbarrow is "of too much" and it disturbs);
if it's indeed instead the wheelbarrow the principal element... well, perhaps, the exposure is not very correct.
Dory; mine excuses bad English and I hopes to have succeeded in making me understand.
(Excuse me even if I have decided not to be silent....)