All of these photos were taken in Old Town Pisa. The first two date back to the 11-12th century (judging by the age of the building). It has been said that they used to burn coal in these streetlights.
Photograph courtesy of Svetlana Krasteva, June 2015
This photo is from the Place du Trocadéro in Paris.
Photograph courtesy of Jennifer Gosnell, Jne 2015
This is located at the Grand Hotel et Beau Rivage in Interlaken. A tourist’s paradise!
Photographs courtesy of Jennifer Gosnell, June 2015
I love these so very Irish street lamps — shamrocks everywhere!
Photographs courtesy of Madeline Thornton, June 2015
So very practical, like the Germans tend to be!
Photograph courtesy of Keith Womer, June 2015
I understand the roses were breathtaking. The street light is pretty cool too!
Today I read a blog about a neighborhood in Los Angeles that decided to replace their street lights. The author of the blog, Glen Norman, and his colleague, Chin Thammasaengsri, decided to chronicle the event. I thought that if you like my streetlights, you might like his chronicle, and so I am sharing that today with a link to his blog. Thank you Glen Norman!