I wonder if this appeal to the imagination is the lure of the picture, as 835 people had ticked the "LIKE" box, and the image was shared by 432 people, who in turn had probably shared it with countless others on the internet. Such is the nature of the World Wide Web.
The lack of male terramen is evident, and also the conventional shape of the young women, based on the accepted modern sense of the fashionable beauty of a certain age group of young women, is also apparent. Where are the rest of us? It cannot be the identification of the viewer with the dancers or dryads that appeals to the senses, but an appeal to the innate sense of mystery and imagination that permeates the mind of the admirer. A mental escape into the realms of magic.
The Einstein quote adds another layer to the conundrum. "Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better". A very logical scientists quote, linked to an image of mystery and imagination, adds another dimension to the picture. Creepy half lighted trees, combined with mysterious beautiful dryads, linked to the cool logical thought of a brilliant scientific mind. Instant appeal to many shades of opinion! The picture only lacks a religious element to engender universal appeal.