I'm very fortunate and grateful to wake up every morning in the rural countryside I live in, looking at farmland and these beautiful mountains.
My father was trained as a saddler, but in fact as a young man worked in his father's business of rearing and selling cattle, so he grew up in the countryside.
I prefer the countryside to cities. This is also true of my films: I have made more films in rural societies, and villages, than in towns.
I love the humour of the British and I love the countryside.
I usually live an extremely normal life, since I live in the countryside. Even when people call me 'famous' and such, I can't really fathom it, even now.
Am I happiest on the farm or out in the middle? I am a cricketer, but the farm is a very special place and I absolutely love being in the countryside and getting away from the bubble. I like to think I'm a farmer, but there's so much experience that goes into that.
I grew up in a small town in Sudan. There weren't many cars, so we did things in the countryside near where we lived.
I grew up in a miniature village in the middle of the countryside in England, quite secluded from the outside world. I was always enamored by the fashion industry.
If I'm in the English countryside and get on my bicycle, I see what sort of strange inbred rural locals I can snap.
I love long power walks in the countryside.