|What beautiful architecture...|
If you take a close look at the pictures (below) you should notice these rather small/partially domed bollards. In fact these small bollards make perfect sense for they protect the grass verge but don't damage the view/splendour of this beautiful church/building.
On the next post our #guestbollard will link in rather well with these simple mold based bollards. The church/parish have a couple of exhibitions on at the moment one regarding the Olympics and the other about Charles Dickens who happened to be married in this church on the 2nd of April 1836.
|Can you see spot the bollards ?|
|A very simple practical design...|
Welcome once again to our #guestbollard feature and this rather tall/ornate bollard (below) which was found in Granville, Normandy, France by @roseyprince on the twitter.
The bollard is tall and capped off with a near ball shaped top. The body is slim but tapers outwards slightly towards the middle. At varying points we note/see the ridges that give the bollard ornate features.
Bollards of London (and Normandy)...