Plymouth’s famous ancient Barbican, the place where the Pilgrim Fathers left Europe to sail to America for religious freedom, is almost timeless, especially in the morning when there a few cars and people around. There’s a quality to this place that gives a real sense of history and rootedness (made up word:)), but you all know what I mean. The Red Pillar Postbox is an iconic British emblem, and they are dotted all over the country and different parts of the world too. I’d feel really sad if these snail-mail receivers were abandoned. Captured in all it’s glory: The Red Postbox.
Photo captured with a Nikon D40x and 18-55mm lense.
Barbican Morning Light.