First published in landscape paperback format back in 1982, Bad Weather was the debut monograph of Martin Parr’s work. It’s been out of print for three decades but continues to be one of the photographer’s most sought after books. Now, Books on Books has re-published the entire book for their 17th volume, re-introducing the world to Parr’s vision of the UK’s social landscape and national character during its characteristic downpours, drizzles, snow storms and other variations of shite weather. All captured through a waterproof camera onto black and white film. It’s available from Amazon now.