Best Post Ever

A moss and lichen covered wooden fence post with barbed wire affixed to it.
4 km from Carseriggan, Dumfries And Galloway.

Photograph David Baird from Wikimedian Commons and part of the Geography Project Collection. Under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic License.

The cyclist Peter Post on his way to winning Paris - Roubaix in 1964.
1964 Paris – Roubaix winner, successful Six-Day Racing track cyclist and Team Manager Peter Post.

An old wooden fence post stood alone opposite a new fence on the other side of a nearby road
North-east of Moor House in Upper Teesdale National Park.

Photograph Helen Wilkinson from Wikimedian Commons and part of the Geography Project Collection. Under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic License.

First airmail flight in Germany. A mono plane with pilot slung beneath the wing.
The first airmail flight in Germany between Bork and Brück in 1912.

Photograph from the German Federal Archives under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Germany License. Bundesarchiv, Bild 183-R36070.

Concrete fence post marked WNC beside the Norwich canal. Wooden posts are to either side and cross pieces slot through it.
Warwick & Napton Canal fence post beside the towpath of the Oxford canal one hundred metres west of Napton Junction near Napton on The Hill Warwickshire.

Photograph David Baird from Wikimedian Commons and part of the Geography Project Collection. Under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic License.

Several snails on a woden fence post
Near Litlington, East Sussex.

Photograph Ian Cunliffe from Wikimedian Commons and part of the Geography Project Collection. Under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic License.

A row of wooden posts / bollards

Bollards more like!