One of the things I've learned in photography is to try and be minimalistic. The more you cram in a photo, the harder it is for the viewer to know what the subject is and normally makes less of an impact. In mast cases, less is more. I liked this location because of the one lone, dominant tree. The road makes a nice leading line in the shot as well. In taking this photo I knelt on the road and got as low as I could to try and give a different perspective. Again, I'm sure there are better ways to take the shot and I'll probably revisit it.
Texture, from what I've read, is another important aspect of photography. There is not a clear or dominant subject that stands out in this one, but in this photo I wanted to focus on the texture and color of the field. Does it work? I'm not sure. I think I need to try some other things. ;)