There's a lot of natural subjects that feel better than the resulting photograph. You get a feeling of awe, you try to get it in the camera, and it comes out uninspiring. But not here, You have managed to turn nature into something worth looking at in this photograph, and that's rare enough to warrant praise for the photo. This view gets me down into this rock fall and gets me close enough to appreciate the beauty and yet contains enough in the frame to give me context. Rocks and pebbles when done this way can also deliver abstract charm as this one does. My feeling is of someone really looking and seeing - -but not with any old eye - but with a photographer's eye. Everyone can see, the tricky part is to see photographs. This one of a few rocks is worth a thousand boring Grand Canyon sunsets.
However good the treatment of the foreground is, the background is underwhelming. It's existing here as an afterthought. The mountains are rendered as a wooly dark mass and the sky is a sickening color. Those are trivial to adjust and you should do it so as to make a perfect photograph. The hills can be subtly lightened to provide a little detail, and the sky..well, you know how to adjust that. And then you might want to consider lowering the top edge until it comes in contact with the hills on the right. That odd vertical expanse of sky on one side is awkward.
One of the earlier comments was very poetic, and I fully understand why. It's an image that can inspire the emotions and it allows for some interesting thoughts about the nature of it too. What more can you ask in a photo? I enjoyed it.