Mourning the victims of Sunday morning's tragic mass shooting at gay nightclub Pulse in Orlando, Florida—in what is being called the deadliest such shooting in U.S. history—cities and communities the world over are lighting up their buildings, bridges, and monuments with the rainbow colors of the LGBTQ flag in a show of solidarity.
Vivid, full-spectrum color has swathed the spire of the World Trade Center in New York City to City Hall in Tel Aviv and Harbour Bridge in Sydney, Australia, paying tribute to those who lost their lives and offering a little light in this dark and sad time.
The Council House in Perth, Australia
The spire of One World Trade Center in New York City
The Harbour Bridge in Sydney, Australia
The Orlando Eye Ferris Wheel
The Dallas, Texas skyline
No words to describe the shooting in Orlando... Dallas showing its support for not only the LGBT community but America in general with our skyline painted in support of what happened. Lives matter and united we stand against ISIS!! ------------------------------------------------ #Dallas #instadfw #orlando #orlandoshooting #lgbt #rainbow #shooting #livesmatter #unitedwestand #america #usa #dfw #dallastx #mydtd #dallastexas #foxnews #breaking #fox4 #wfaa #dallasnews #night #skyline #support #prayfororlando #sad #pulsemassacre #lovewins
The Orlando cityscape
City Hall in Tel Aviv, Israel
The Lowry Avenue Bridge in Minneapolis, Minnesota
The Lowry Avenue bridge will be lit rainbow in memory of the Orlando shooting victims pic.twitter.com/5jJ3cQcor7— Hennepin County (@Hennepin) June 13, 2016
The I-35W Bridge in Minneapolis, Minnesota
The Bond Bridge in Kansas City, Missouri
The Gateshead Millennium Bridge in England
Bridges and monuments in Canberra, Australia
The Sydney, Australia skyline
City Hall in New York City
The Helmsley Building in New York City
The Castro neighborhood in San Francisco
The Skydance Bridge in Oklahoma City
Aloft Hotel in Orlando
The Empire State Building in New York City went dark on Sunday night.