Phoenix Park, Dublin.
Participants, including Stephen McDonagh and Sharon Lawlor (above), at the Phoenix Park Darkness Into Light 2019 event supported by Electric Ireland in aid of Pieta House.
Thousands of people across 202 locations walked this morning worldwide against suicide.
Pics: Conor McCabe
Huge crowds building in Cobh ahead of this years Darkness into Light walk. Cork’s RedFM are proud media partner of walks across the county.
— Cork’s RedFM (@CorksRedFM) May 11, 2019
— Aran O’Ceallaigh (@AranOCeallaigh) May 11, 2019
Hope that wherever you walked & for whatever reason, it was a great morning for you. Bray was beautiful. The last photo of the two girls stuck with me. Thanks Glen @thescript for your continued support & the absolute heroes of @PietaHouse for helping our country x #DIL2019 pic.twitter.com/FKg5aEU4du
— Eoghan McDermott (@eoghanmcdermo) May 11, 2019
A foggy start to the day but a great morning with great friends for the very first #DIL2019 in Auckland! @PietaHouse #matescafe #ItsokNotToBeOk #talktoafriend #homeawayfromhome #irishinauckland #irishinNewZealand pic.twitter.com/EaKezA1gPe
— Claire Doheny (@clairedoheny85) May 11, 2019
— Brian Cullinan (@BrianCullinan) May 11, 2019
— Presentation Wexford (@PresWex) May 11, 2019
Walked to raise awareness for mental illness with @PietaHouse and @MindCharity in the first darkness into light in Sweden #DIL2019 #irishabroad #sweden #Ireland #mentalhealth pic.twitter.com/CP5yPbVE84
— SwedishIrishSociety (@SwedishIrishSoc) May 11, 2019