This scene at the village of Belstone in Dartmoor National Park caught my eye and gave rise to the title when I saw the red telephone box now in use to house a difibrillator. The phone box and the red letter box both naturally stand out against the stone walls of the old Zion Chapel so the scene lent itself to going all the way with a colour pop treatment.
The chapel itself dates from 1841. The old Telegraph Office sign is a remnant from the building's use as a Post Office from 1937 to 2002.
The work is advertised without mount or frame and signed in pencil in the bottom margin of the border together with the title and edition number. A secondary image shows what this will look like if you mount and frame into a 20" x 16" frame.
Giclée print on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308gsm fine art paper.