This picture is just stunning to look at! It has an amazing depth of field to it, focusing on the sugar pot and strawberry! I also really like how you added the shiny textures in the background, giving it a unique depth for it.
As for originality, like I said, the texture in the background give it a unique look to it, and the strawberry being held by the sugar pot and tea spoon gives the picture a nice touch. Though, it's not a 100% original for me because I've seen the idea of taking pictures of sugar and tea pots multiple times.
The Technique you used is amazing, but some of the focus is off for the strawberries leaf, but other than that I say amazing job.
For impact, I'm going to say that again, this picture is interesting and fun to look at. It seems like to me, being someone with a sweet-tooth, that I've found the ultimate sugar for my hot cup of tea!
At first, I wonder whether or not this is a painting or a photograph (every time I view it). With that said, I enjoy the wonderment it conjures. The circles give this "bedazzling" effect, but not overwhelmingly so; just enough that they add quality and remain part of the whole. The banner by the opening of the sugar pot gives its own colour effect as art drawing the looker's eye to it and the pattern immediately below. Somehow, it's far enough away so as to not overtake the piece yet I can still see the intricacies without straining. Though I'm not found of strawberries, the colours match in a unique way giving the piece a common stylization altogether. Also, a nice balancing act going on between the top, strawberry, and spoon. Fine work if I've ever seen!