Do you like it more? It's a matter of taste rather than right and wrong.
For me, I prefer the first version - the road leads they eye rather nicely - it holds a "lazy S" which my art teacher when I was 8 told me was the most beautiful of shapes to the human eye - and he's right because he was big and hairy and enchanted me - partially through fear!
Back to the subject. You can't make a photo (as supposed to a photo-montage) "better" after the fact - only maximise it's impact. A good place to start is by burning in the sky. I use a well feathered levels adjustment layer for the purpose. Don't go crazy, all you usually want to do is better define the clouds.
That said, this photo just doesn't "do it" for me. Technically it is competant but it neither improves my understanding of the planet nor bowls me over with the beauty of nature. I admit though, I am hard to please with landscape work - I'm a city girl and don't "get" the mundanity of the countryside. Sometimes I have to drive through Brecon to see a friend. My passengers often marvel at the beauty of what surrounds us....whilst I appreciate it, it's terrifying like that art teacher was to me, it is enormous and unfathomable and I am not equipped to deal with it. A city of 8.5 million however, has never intimidated me.
"Improvement" to me would be a long wait until the next frosts come and an alarm clock to capture dawn frosts. Move around to the right slightly to shoot as well. Whilst I like the lazy S, I also agree that it is overcrowded with the hedgerow on the right hand side being too much, you needn't remove it so much as lessen it. Or move back and shoot with a longer lens.