April clouds drift to a soundtrack of traffic. It could be anywhere, but it isn’t just anywhere, it’s the eastern part of western Pennsyltucky.
trembling in the breeze
of passing trucks
The font used here, as for a number of these haiga lately, is called Gloss and Bloom, which seems appropriate.
Road cuts end up serving as wildflower refugia in many places for two simple reasons: they’re often moist with seeps, and white-tailed deer don’t hang out there.