Vast wastelands seemingly filled with tumble down barns and huge bits of rusted metal from bygone days, things you simple don't find in England.
Of course we DO have tumble down barns and rusty metal but it's just not in the same setting and everything is on a much smaller scale.
It lacks some of the impact and WOW factor.
I can't compete with the beauty of some of these finds or the skill of the photographers behind the photos so I'm staying small again this week.
I'm lucky enough to spend a lot of time at the farm and there are things to see and photograph everywhere you look.
Tucked away behind the barn lies an old enamel bath. As with almost everything on a farm this isn't just junk left to rot, it has a secondary purpose as a water butt for the vegetable garden:
It's also alive with tadpoles, water fleas, pondskaters and newts. A whole ecosystem is captured in it's depths:
It is just a rusty bit of junk but it has it's own beauty it's colours overlaid with blossom falling from the plum tree above it which has settled and become a part of the patina.
I was hoping to bring you something more from the Vintage Nostalgia show I went to at the weekend, it was full of amazing finds most which I seem to have failed to capture very well.
I did get this photo though which I love and I think epitomises the feel and the grace of the whole day: