Hmm...this is one of those head-scratchers and in more ways than one. Like a commenter has already said, I have no idea what I'm looking at - I don't even know if it's part of a car or a motorcycle. I'm guessing it's something dinged up and there is a reflection of a neighbouring vehicle in a side panel? That's the only thing I can think of.
So. It's the aftermath of a scrapeup of some sort, but it's so obscure that it really makes no sense. In terms of technicals the lighting is OK but there is no real attempt to compose a pic. The tire in bottom left is huge and out of focus and just a distraction; the actual scrape is difficult to see and appreciate. Also, looking at your settings, I am surprised that you shot handheld at 1/15; why so slow? Canon is known for its excellent ISO, you could've easily gone to ISO 600 or so and shot a little faster.
There are plenty of excellent car photos here and elsewhere on the net, if this is a favourite subject of matter of yours you would do well to go and study them and see what makes them so compelling. Learn how to shoot from different angles.
I don't get this one, I'm just not sure what I am looking at. Now don't simply think I am an idiot - even if I AM missing something, I still think it is YOUR job to get your point across. I have spent ages staring at this, and I do have some ideas, but I still can't be sure. So after all this effort on my behalf, I wonder if perhaps YOU could have found a different way to show this to us/me. A slightly different angle would no doubt give a VERY different result.
On the other hand, if I am the ONLY one with this problem, just ignore me and be happy everyone else got it perfectly :-)