I drive from Austin, TX to Santa Fe, NM several times a year, and I always have the same thought. Unfortunately, I'd say about 85% of the time, the ideal that I see as I'm driving by doesn't come through in the image. It could certainly be "user error" on my part, but I tend to think that at least some of it, at least in the American west, is that the sheer expanse is part of what makes it grand, and that "feeling" can be hard to capture without being in the actual presence of it. Is's probably exacerbated by the fact that usually on these travels I only have a small mirrorless camera "at the ready" (and I'm not really going to unpack the full kit on the highway) so my shooting options are somewhat constrained.
Anyway, all that said, I think it's a nice image, but it contains, for me, what is always the bane of my own roadside shots - the rancher's/farmer's fence that cuts straight across and adds nothing to the shot except a weird artificial segment at the bottom.