Usually a destination bustling with skiers this time of year, the village of Zermatt in Switzerland has been making the most of the quiet period brought on by COVID-19 by spreading messages of hope to the rest of the world.
It's famous mountain - the Matterhorn - is being used as a star-surrounded canvas on which to project the positive messages each night, showing the world that Switzerland stands with them.
Each evening is dedicated to a different message. On 3 April, the mountain urged people to stay at home, while on 6 April, the Matterhorn was simply lit up with the word 'hope'.
Certain evenings have also been dedicated to individual countries. For example, 10 April was dedicated to the United Kingdom, with the Union Jack being projected on the peak.
The night before that was dedicated to Germany, showing the German flag. Portugal, Spain, Italy and Japan have also all been honoured individually by the Matterhorn.