|What a pair...|
Can I start this post with a huge thank you to @TaniceJudge on the twitter who has been rather busy taking the odd photograph of the more usual bollards that we tend to find in urban city centres close to speed humps, road narrowing projects or just the simple pavement bollard designed and planted to stop motorists parking on the pavement.
The picture (above) is of a pair of plastic/composite material bollards that have a circular base that tapers slightly and then rises upwards towards a red/white reflective band/area very close to the slightly domed top. If we look at the bollards (below) we see circular shaped bollards with a different domed top and more reflective strips at the base and top area. These bollards happen to be placed on the pavement close to speed humps which are placed on the road.
|A different shape...|
Our next bollard (above) is an odd shape for it has a square base which rises vertically and then tapers at the corners and then changes shape to form an octagonal column. We then see two white reflective bands before the bollard is capped off nicely with a half ball shaped top.
Below though we see a very simple plain looking pavement bollard that is here to stop motorists from parking on the pavement. I must say it certainly does rain a lot more north of the border and once again thank @TaniceJudge for an excellent set of Scottish/Glasgow bollards.
Bollards of Britain...