Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War I

Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War I

Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War One

Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War I

Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War I

A single beam of light pierces the sky above Parliament and can be seen for miles around.

A single beam of light pierces the sky above the houses of parliament. | Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War I

Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War I

A single beam of light pierces the sky above the houses of parliament. | Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War I

Here’s what the installation looks like from ground level. | Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War I

Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War I

Here’s what the installation looks like from ground level. | Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War I

Here’s what the installation looks like from ground level. | Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War I

Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War I

Here’s what the installation looks like from ground level. | Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War I

It can be seen for miles around. | Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War I

Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War I

It can be seen for miles around. | Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War I

A candle is placed on the doorstep of 10 Downing St. | Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War I

Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War I

A candle is placed on the doorstep of 10 Downing St. | Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War I

Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War I

Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War I

A single beam pierces the sky as the lights go out across Britain: Tributes to the fallen a century since World War One was declared.

But overall the effect was simply majestic. | Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War I

Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War I

But overall the effect was simply majestic. | Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War I

The houses of parliament before and after the lights being switched off. | Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War I

Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War I

The houses of parliament before and after the lights being switched off. | Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War I


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A beam of light pierces the sky above London. - All around Britain, to mark the centenary of the first World War, people have been switching all their lights off except one. The idea is to leave a single light burning as a symbol of hope amid darkness. posted on Aug. 4, 2014, at 10:50 p.m.

Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War I

A beam of light pierces the sky above London. - All around Britain, to mark the centenary of the first World War, people have been switching all their lights off except one. The idea is to leave a single light burning as a symbol of hope amid darkness. posted on Aug. 4, 2014, at 10:50 p.m.

Here’s what the installation looks like from ground level. | Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War I

Here’s what the installation looks like from ground level. | Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War I

A single window is illuminated in Buckingham Palace as the lights are turned off on iconic buildings around London to mark the centenary of the outbreak of WWI. In 1914 Britain's Foreign Minister, Edward Grey, told an acquaintance "The lights are going out all over Europe.  We shall not see them lit again in our lifetime."

Lights go out across Britain, 100 years on from WW1

A single window is illuminated in Buckingham Palace as the lights are turned off on iconic buildings around London to mark the centenary of the outbreak of WWI. In 1914 Britain's Foreign Minister, Edward Grey, told an acquaintance "The lights are going out all over Europe. We shall not see them lit again in our lifetime."

Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War One

Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War I

Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War One

'Spectra' by Japanese artist Ryoji Ikeda: Acting as beacon for the capital, a monumental pillar of light beamed into the clouds from Victoria Tower Gardens

Britons urged to turn their lights off for First World War centenary

'Spectra' by Japanese artist Ryoji Ikeda: Acting as beacon for the capital, a monumental pillar of light beamed into the clouds from Victoria Tower Gardens

With single light

A Spectacular Symbol Of Hope Amid Darkness As London Remembers WW1

Nelson's Column, Trafalgar Square, London. A single beam of light pierces the sky above Parliament and can be seen for miles around. - All around Britain, to mark the centenary of the first World War, people have been switching all their lights off except one. The idea is to leave a single light burning as a symbol of hope amid darkness. posted on Aug. 4, 2014, at 10:50 p.m.

Spine-Tingling Photos Of London As It Remembers World War I

Nelson's Column, Trafalgar Square, London. A single beam of light pierces the sky above Parliament and can be seen for miles around. - All around Britain, to mark the centenary of the first World War, people have been switching all their lights off except one. The idea is to leave a single light burning as a symbol of hope amid darkness. posted on Aug. 4, 2014, at 10:50 p.m.

Hands to heart - Spectra seen over the London night sky commemorating a century since Britain entered WW1.

WW1 centenary: Column of light illuminates London commemoration

Hands to heart - Spectra seen over the London night sky commemorating a century since Britain entered WW1.

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