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I spent almost 7 years living in BC - Vancouver and Terrace - so thought this probably was a redwood stump with all that moss and lichen on it. I like the idea you're going with but you have major technical issues to deal with. Mostly the composition is boring - it's a mossy stump. There's nothing to grab the eye, no real focal point.
The high ISO means you have some detail in the stump, but also blows out the snow and washes out the colours. That's a major no-no. The aperture is only f5.6 which probably isn't nearly enough for a stump this size, and the shutter speed is too fast. I see you're using a kit lens, so get a tripod. Go back. Shoot at your lowest ISO, make the aperture much smaller and increase the shutter speed to, say, 2.5 seconds. Go from there!