Snapshots of England: Rain. Dykes snaking across bleak, hypnotic Norfolk marshes. Stone walls winding through greens and browns of Lakeland fells. Rain slick slate. Fish and chips. Traffic moving in stately, frustrating procession. Walkers in the Lake District uniform in rain jackets, gaiters, boots, backpacks. Small town specialist shops – butchers, greengrocers, fishmongers, bakers. Pedestrians huddled in shop doorways, sheltering from rain. Pedestrians striding determinedly, carelessly through rain. Small, busy independent cafes and coffee shops. Winding, car wide roads, stone walls, hedgerows crowding each side. Motorways. Trees arching over country roads. Buzzards hovering over fallow fields. Pubs. Beer. Pub lunches and suppers. Farm shops selling designer clothes. Footpaths and bridleways. Mud. Rain.