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Beam of Hope

Photo by Amy Harris/The Travel Addict

Last week I decided to visit downtown Cincinnati with Bryan to see the newest edition to the Cincinnati skyline designed to encourage solidarity as the region lives through the COVID-19 pandemic. The city is deserted so there was not a risk of being near anyone as we took pictures of this special exhibit.

The partners that put together BLINK installed a light called the Beam of Hope at The Banks. The beams will light up the sky each day from dusk to dawn in front of the iconic Cincinnati buildings until the pandemic is “under control.” The scene provides a beautiful sight as a reminder of brighter days and that we are all in this together.

The installation was created by Brave Berlin and Vincent Lighting Solutions. It was sponsored by the Carol Ann and Ralph V Haile, Jr. Foundation, and made possible by the producers of BLINK.

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