Can you see it? It's the Argos warehouse at Catholme (near Alrewas).
Yes, the pale-yellow shape on the horizon is actually a huge depot! And - here's the odd thing - I quite admire its effort to blend in. In fact, if you could see the hidden rape field on the hill behind it, you might be surprised how similar in colour and shape they look from this distance.
Do I like big warehouses in the countryside? No.
But I like the fact that conservationists and capitalists have compromised here. No ugly black windows or garish signs on the building to create blots in the image; and, while the warehouse is actually huge, when it is seen from Wychnor (as in this photo) it fits neatly into the horizon.
The best people at this kind of thing are JCB of course. Their factory at Cheadle is a marvel in how it fits into the landscape.
If we have to have business in the countryside (and - I guess we do), I'm glad that we are trying to make it, er, fit in.