It seems the rural road and the way the country is transversed by car is the great litmus test of British society. In the post pandemic world the idea of freedom and liberty to move has become almost a politicised human right.
No where else is there such a complex set of paradigms and contradictions of the attitudes of people moving by car. The sense of freedom and the right to move freely, the power, the control, the illegality, the liberty, all set against the seeming green and pleasant land of Great Britain.
As a photographer, all I can do is move amongst this, as the world opens up, and record it, trying as hard as I can not to get drawn in too much.