The piece really catches attention with colours. That should not be surprising, since you're a true colour master, a great deal of what I know about colours, colour harmonies and contrasts and compositions, I've learnt looking at your pieces over and over again.
The meaning is quite moving too, and it is not lost even for someone who is not religious, like myself. I see it as a modern rendition of the Abraham and the burning bush tale, and quite a convincing rendition, too.
The lighting is surreal but seamless, as always with your works. I personally would go for a bit higher contrast in the dark areas to keep the poppy field more "flowing", but that just me, probably.
The only thing I'm not sure about in the piece is perspective. O f course I may be as well deeply mistaken, but it seems like the building and field perspectives don't match. The way the girl is positioned and how the depth of field should work, the field seems to slope upward, with a horizon line somewhere around top third of the picture, yet building lines suggest otherwise, for a much lower horizon.