It looks very promising indeed. I’ve got 1 or two suggestions, to help you on your way. If this is not a problem…
First of all, if it is your intention that the moon is lighting the pier, then the direction of the shadows and light is somewhat wrong. But I’m guessing most of the light is coming from lanterns on the pier, yes? So, maybe make the moon not so ‘over-exposed’ because in reality the bright lanterns would block out most moonlight.
If you want to be very precise, you could try to use a blue spot at the location of the moon to mimic moonlight (it will cast shadows in the direction of the camera, and give a blue-ish glow on the exposed pier), and add a view yellow-ish spots lokated behind the camera (to mimic lanterns on the pier, they will light out the shed and details).
Secondly, you definitely need water. It will add depth to the image and break the composition of the picture to make it more interesting. At this moment your picture looks like a 3d scene with a picture as background.
Also, you said there would be no water, but this is impossible. If it is a wide river or sea, the water is at eye-level (the horizon). And in this picture the horizon is clearly lokated at the top of the highest box. Not adding water would be a big perspective error.
I LOVE the pier with wet, old stones and the shed. You have the right atmosphere, but you need to tweak the final details
Finish this cool and promising work!