An airbrushed Dralon sunset over West Norfolk and with the illumination on the road sign we've got a modern Hopper image right here in the village. This photograph was taken after a day of perpetual cloud then in the evening, as if by magic, the skies cleared to give a gentle sunset with no serious pyrotechnics, just a long slow fade.
The spiders that live on the sign have spun their webs in the light just where the moths zoom in so they are Hopper's nighthawks and the sign is their diner.
And the Dralon sunset? Well those airbrushed colours always remind us of colour swatches for upholstery fabrics, yes we know, sad or what.
Time for a beer I think.