Huh. You should go read my haiku. I write about everything BUT nature. Unfortunately it was only until a short time ago that I was unable to write a 5-7-5 work until I played around with some words.
Nonetheless I find haiku quite more effort than a lazy form of poetry, maybe to fit in with the weather theme you could say "golden seas" instead of golden "fields.
Or it could be just me.
Perhaps haiku is a lazy form of poetry... but I also tend to be a somewhat lazy person, and therefore find a certain mystique in the haiku, like they're not just snapshots, but seeds bearing epiphanies.
I like this a lot, the two parts are great, especially the second. Very stunning, really.
I suppose there's not actually much to say about a haiku... though, I do have two suggestions.
The first is to lose the capitalization--the only parts of a hiaku capitalized are proper nouns.
The second is to ditch the period--haiku are NEVER ended with punctuation of any sort. Neither period, exclamation point, or question mark. I'm not sure about ellipses... maybe ellipses... but probably not.