This is a freshly planted hop field near Faversham in Kent. The plants haven't burst through the ground yet, but the pole have been serviced and re-strung ready for the growing season. The lines and shapes created by the poles represent both conformity and non-comformity at the same time: They conform to the typical pattern, used for generations in this area, of field after field filled with wooden poles, growing hops to be dried in local kilns ready for beer making in breweries all over the country. However, they are now utterly unusual in the landscape, with most hop-growing land being turned over to other crops as the breweries opt for cheaper ready dried hops from elsewhere in the world. So this field represents conformity of type, but non-conformity in having the conviction to stand up against globalisation of production.