Yes, yes, all right, this is probably a really easy spot if you don't happen to be in England in November, but there's no need to be so smug about it.
Still, even here we can spot a sunbeam easily enough - as long as it's the Australian kind of sunbeam, which is an item of crockery or cutlery unused after a meal.
An English person will also be able to spot sunblinds, even if they are folded up and spotted with mould.
There will be sunglasses abandoned in drawers, and sun tan lotion in the bathroom cabinet, and sun hats shoved into the top of the wardrobe.
We might come across sunburst pleats:
or a sundial:
or a sunroof:
And I suppose that one day, if we have a good summer, perhaps, the whole lot of them won't seem quite so annoyingly futile.
Spot the Frippet: sun. This word was sunne in Old English.