Seems like a wonderful place to hike. To me, the photo does not work very well. I want to see more of the distant small waterfall, more trees, and fewer rocks. I think that the foreground dominates the shot too much, it ends up being a shot of the rocks.
I think that's the point, given the title, Paul.
I like this photograph. To me, the concept is good (although composed on a diagonal would strengthen the movement), and could be further strengthened in post-capture processing. For example, the many visual distractions disrupting the harmony of the hummocky, moss-laden rocks could be "cleaned up": the small bits of near-white rock showing through where moss has been knocked off, and the bits of white sky. Unless they are part if the photographer's "statement", I would clone those back to moss and canopy.
Also, try brightening (slightly) and adding "micro-contrast" (Clarity in LR) to the moss-covered rocks to give them more life, whilst reducing the brightness the the canopy.
This could also make a great B&W.
Just a few ideas.