How to change a light bulb in a Lowe's Harbor Breeze ceiling fan

Lowe's Harbor Breeze 52 inch Armitage Hugger Ceiling Fan

I have three of these fans. The previous owners of my house installed them. The first time a light bulb went out, I had a devil of a time figuring out how to change it. The glass globe and the metal ring it's in are a single unit. You have to unscrew the three screws holding it on and remove it from the fan. Here's what the pieces look like when you remove it:

The globe that covers the light bulb

You can see the three holes in the part that connects with the fan, and one of the screws on the left.

Fan with globe removed

Here's what the fan looks like with the globe removed. The bulb has one of those small candelabra bases. I bought this expensive energy efficient bulb that lasts 7 years. I guess making it terribly difficult to change a light bulb is one way to encourage people to fork over the extra bucks for a longer lasting bulb.

I hope this helps someone figure out how to change the light bulb. If I were buying a ceiling fan, I'd pay a little more for one with an easy-to-remove globe.