The Holy Island of Lindisfarne has no light pollution. On a clear night the starry sky is amazing.
When I was there on retreat in November last year, some of our number had to wait until after dark to cross the causeway to the island. With no street lighting, a couple of us stood in the village street outside our accomodation swinging a lantern to guide the travellers.
My accomodation was around the corner from the main house, and on a moonlit night I could see my way “home” after supper. On a pitch dark night the torch on my iPhone saved me from wading into deep muddy puddles on the track.
Some cottages had carriage-lights outside and there were a few traditional lamp-posts, like these in the churchyard:
The entrance to the church was well-lit at night.
Cottages typically had carriage-lights like this:
All images ©HelenBushe
Taken on iPhone 8Plus and post-processed using LUMINAR4
This is my second entry in Becky B’s Square Challenge: Words ending with -Light