Seen through plastic wrap? It’s a stone surface, I think, another mystery image. I like its depth (or lack thereof) and its swirly blurriness. As a photo, it wouldn’t be considered technically worthy. And probably not as a painting, either. But it does capture the look and feel of that surface, soft and hard simultaneously, with the acidic yellow-green jumping out from the browns and pinkish-grays. More colors that are hard to name. I like those what-color-is-it hues; they can seem bland and unappealing alone, but often transcend themselves when grouped or combined.
I once made a large art piece, on paper, collages of the least attractive colors I could mix with acrylic paint. Of course, attractiveness of colors is subjective, and also cultural and time-dependent; but those weird muddy colors found their companions and created a new world that was quite successful. The whole is indeed quite different from the sum of its parts.