|To the left...|
If we take a close look at the picture (above/below) we see these beautiful ornate iron railing/gates and to the left/right of the iron fence we seen these rather small stone/concrete white painted bollards protecting the iron work from damage by motor vehicles.
The magnolia painted buildings in the background with grey stone/cobbles and the dark matt black fence/railings with its very own white stone border/bollards just look perfect and certainly display a level of care/maintenance one would expect to find this close to Buckingham Palace.
|To the right...|
If we take a look at our #guestbollard (below) provided by the wonderful @bathcat on the twitter we see an urban red brick environment with a boxing gym next door to this rather cute looking tapering stone/concrete small bollard. We shall take a closer look at this bollard from Sheffield tomorrow at my other blog/site 'Bollards of Britain' where this will take its rightful place with many other bollards found outside of London.
On a slightly different note I just received an email with some pictures of 'Bollards from Brazil' ! South America here we come just in time for the the 250th post (bollard).
Bollards of London (244th)...