|Bollards of Oundle...|
Here we have a pair of beautiful bollards photographed by the wonderful @clareangela on the twitter.
The bollards stand outside of a shop on a narrow concrete pavement with a brick kerb in front of a stone building that happens to have rather nice boxed sash cord windows. Looking closely at the pair they look/appear to me to be made of wood. I say this because of the slight flaw in the bollard on the left hand side (top picture) near its ridged square base. Matching the colour of the bollards to the windows/door frame ensures they blend in rather well with the surrounding environment.
I like the simple square based design of these two and the 'pitched roof' style top, no leaving empty cups on top of these two bollards.
Oundle from what I've seen on line is a beautiful place and with street furniture like this certainly worth a visit. Please do click on the link Oundle and take the virtual picture tour and I'm sure you'll agree with me.
Bollards of Britain...