There's so much magic in this piece! I'm really happy that you opted to turn the entire scene upside down, for the element of upward spikes, as that perspective really enhances the attitude of the viewer! (downward angled things are psychologically known to bring a viewer's thoughts 'down' with it, so upward angle, allows a positive thought/emotion to form)
The golden yellows and oranges, on the green moss tips, really provide the 'morning' feeling; the depth of layers and focal point on the one drop that shows all the details, is really well played - keeping the eye moving all over.
The only improvement I would suggest, is to play with the camera's settings, to get the same shot, without the grain - direct sunlight can be very difficult, and most often need UV filters in place. If this was the best your camera can produce, the work-around for grain, is to decrease the image height/width, while upping the dpi, bringing the image to near its original (or less) file size (mb size).