First things first: The vision of the picture is beautiful. It manages to show exactly what it is supposed to. The focus is spot on, while the balance of the droplets on the frame is pretty good. In my opinion, it's not perfect, as I think that the big droplet could have been positioned a bit to the left, but just a bit. The colours are spot on, in order to accent the rose's natural colour. I'm not a great fan of high-key/low-contrast shots, but I do appreciate the fact that they're popular and I do understand their purpose, so no complaints here. I have a slight objection with the crop. Besides the fact that I prefer the 4:3 aspect ratio for photographs as something that is more natural for the medium and I have an issue with the Instagram type of square crops, in some cases it might even work. In this one, though, the main subject is on a horizontal line, which means that you had to crop more of the petal in focus in favour of the out-of-focus background. The picture might have looked more "conventional" as a 4:3 crop, but I think that it would have better (even though I'm only guessing what's on the right and left of the frame). Lastly, I think that the picture is a bit noisy for its purpose and I'm sure that it's not your camera's fault, based on the rest of your gallery, which I consider to be magnificent! Perhaps some extra noise reduction might have been beneficial.
All in all, I'm nitpicking on a beautiful shot, but I hope I'm making some useful points for consideration. Please keep enriching your beautiful gallery!
The technique is great (Macro shots are difficult to handle, so Congratulations!)
The pink creates the soft look that when you look at this shot, it's harmless (it doesn't intimidate, I mean). It is new to me to have square shots (or did you cut some parts?) - it creates a cute look. The square cut reminds me of how Japanese origami papers are packed - always in squares.
Generally, the picture has little technical disturbance (rule of 3rds). If you had the portrait picture, your picture would have followed the rule of thirds, if we base on horizontal grids but just contrary with the vertical ones. I also think the picture is alright with a portrait because of the angle preferred.