These beautiful shots remind me how childish is our "Private Property" fetish in the US. Having hiked in Switzerland across farmers fields without restraint ("Just remember to close the gate.") I become severely annoyed at the high fences & signs on rural property here.
I almost got shot one time in Texas after crossing a fence to get a better angle for a picture.
I hunt in Wisconsin and Minnesota, and at one time, farmers were quite willing to let people not only cross their property, but hunt on it as well. That created some very nice city/country relationships that lasted for years and even decades. That's going away, alas, and for one major inevitable reason -- lawyers. If people get hurt (or hurt somebody else) while hunting on your property with your permission, you *will* be sued, and awards are so ridiculous that you could literally lose the farm. I own lake front property in Minnesota, and was advised to buy a $3 million liability insurance policy in case some drunk runs into my dock with his boat, or in case somebody tries to climb the beach stairs to my house, and falls. Modern life; ain't it wonderful.
I would love to walk across England sometime. I once solo-paddled the Mississippi in a red canoe, from top to bottom; a terrific time. I took three photographs.