Daisies and lace
Along Highway 68/80 as it approaches Hopkinsville from the east, the ditches are full of white wildflowers. I don't think they were planted by the State Highway Department. I believe the long, cool, damp spring this year made it easy for wildflower seeds to sprout and get established.
These are Queen Anne' lace, oxeye daisies, and another locally common wildflower that puts on clusters of tiny daisy-like flowers. I think they might be a type of fleabane (possibly Philadelphia fleabane), but I'm not sure. The USDA Plants database returns 244 results for "fleabane", and I'm too lazy tonight for earnest research.