3000 K LED Stump Bollards. (Ideally, they would be 1800-2200 K).
Møn Island, Denmark. (A Dark Sky Park.)
Ynys Enlli (Bardsey Island) Lighthouse (Red LEDs 580-680 nm). Dark Sky Sanctuary. Image Mari Huws.
Shielded, warm PC Amber LEDs. Siurana, Spain. Image ATP Lighting.
St Pauls Vista, London. Image DW Windsow Lighting
Plas Y Brenin National Outdoor Centre, Snowdonia, Wales. Image Dylan Parry Evans & Karl Midlane
2000 K LED on cabin exterior in the Netherlands with1800 K bollard lower left. Image Marco Post
Warm, subtle, indirect, well-controlled lighting. 't Walletje Business Complex Belgium.
Image DW Windsor Lighting.
Low-impact signage. (Mock-Up Self-Illuminated Sign.) Image James Moffat.
Amber LED lighting. Pedret Bridge, Girona, Spain. Image Ignia Lighting.
Midgarsormen Bridge, Stavanger, Norway. ERCO Lighting. Lighting is close to the ground. Ideally, the lighting would have a warmer spectrum. Image Johan Elm
Seating in Plas Y Brenin, Snowdonia National Park, Wales. Image Dylan Parry Evans & Karl Midlane. Lighting by Dark Source.
Knox Church Christchurch, NZ. Image Kevin Cawley. Lighting Design.
Lyttleton Port dry dock with full cut-off shielded 3000 K LEDs.
Lighting and image Energylight, Christchurch.
Tucson International Airport, general aviation apron, Tucson, Arizona.
Image Monrad Engineering Inc.
Shieled, warm, well-controlled lighting. Javelina Hideout in Terlingua Texas, US.
Images Stephen Hummel.