Thursday, 7 November 2013

Richmond Hill...

Terrace Field, Richmond Hill...




























Welcome to a rather special beautiful set of bollards I found at the weekend just off Richmond Hill at Terrace Field.

Let us take a closer look at the white octagonal shaped based bollard in the photograph (above/below). Once the base has risen we come to a small tubed shape ridge immediately topped with a tapering indented (concave) column that is finished off with pretty decorative acorn top.

To the Left...




























Protruding from the top we can see a hand/guide rail (above/top) which gently directs us down a path/stairs into Richmond Terrace where we have stunning views of London and the narrowing necks/bends of the river Thames.

New York City Bollards...




























The #guestbollards (above) just happen to be from across the pond in
New Jersey.

The beautiful photograph was taken by a pretty special lady/runner/jogger by the name of @Clauderella on the Twitter/Vine, creative is her middle name.

These bollards are very dandy/ornate with a simple solid square base which quickly morphs into a circular ridged tapering indented column that is finally topped off with a cannon ball finish.

Bollards of London (and New Jersey)...

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    1. Lucy I think you are correct they are pineapple tops, I will amend post/blog again...

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