With the Passing of Time

Barbican

Posted on: January 26, 2017

barbican
BAR-bih-kun | noun

1 : an outer defensive work; especially : a tower at a gate or bridge

We desperately need a barbican against Trump and the Republicans, something with gun turrets and scalding water and buckets of hot oil to singe off their disgusting skin.

These pictures of an empty and abandoned Barbican Hotel in Lincolnshire, UK are just beautiful. Definitely going in my writing inspiration file.



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