In Berlin, a new public installation commemorating 25 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall wowed the city over the weekend.
Lichtgrenze – that’s ‘border of light’ – consists of 8,000 glowing balloons, marking the path of the original Berlin Wall.
It snakes through the city for a remarkable 9.3 miles.
This visualisation of the piece, from above, captures the scale of the route:
For context, that’s like walking all the way from Shepherd’s Bush to Stoke Newington via Shoreditch:
Of course, it’s also a stark reminder of quite how bonkers the actual Berlin Wall was.
Naturally, the piece has drawn the attention of photographers from across the city:
And counter to the debate over the future of the Tower of London’s poppies, Lichtgrenze was in place for just 50 hours, from Friday afternoon to Sunday evening.