Erusan, Thank you for posting your image and this opportunity to comment.
Firstly with regard to the subject matter, I have not been to the Netherlands, and I am thinking that your nostalgic feeling may stir feelings for you which I did not connect with. Although this image for me is a 'nice' photo, and demonstrates some of the elements of a 'typical' Netherland countryside, it did not really move me.
Secondly - the composition. I really like the low horizon line, and differ in my opinion to jdemott with regard to the road leading to the tower.
I personally think there is a tension between the two directions - of the road in one direction, and the line of the clouds leading in another.
I think the direction of the road keeps my eye within the image, and anchors it back, to look more closely at the tower, after being led off to the left by the direction of the patterning of the clouds.
I think the road is an important element in the composition, and without it, my eye would be guided to the left, and out of the frame of the photo, with nothing really to direct my eye back into the image.
I think the road adds an element of dimension and depth, and without it, everything may seem to be on the one flat plane.
I also think that the road creates an element of geometry - resulting in angular, triangular type shapes which are also present in the sky. This geometric aspect, I think, links both above and below the horizon.