John Lennon's Imagine Peace Tower is lighting up the skies over Iceland again, to celebrate the former The Beatles star's marriage to Yoko Ono. The beam-of-light art installation on Vioey Island in Reykjavik was launched by Ono in 2010 to mark Lennon's birth and the anniversary of his death.
It was shut off in December 2010, but the beam lit up the sky once again to commemorate what would have been Lennon and Ono's 42nd wedding anniversary on Sunday, March 20. In a post on her Twitter page, Ono writes, "Imagine Peace Tower is lit to celebrate Spring and our wedding anniversary! Send yr wishes at http://imaginepeacetower.com."
The tribute tower can be viewed by fans as part of a live feed on the official Imagine Peace Tower website.