So, as you can see, the basic composition is still there, but with several differences as well. I wanted a darker, moodier feel to this one, with the storm coming and the threat of rain for the dry fields. This time I included the tree which was actually there.
This painting is a good example of how I sometimes allow the under-painting to show through. The road is basically the under-painting, but you can see it also in the trees and sky and some in the background. I prefer a nice red/orange earthy tone for the landscapes.
Again there is the movement with the lines in the gesso, giving a windy effect to the darker scene, as shown in the detail.