Standing in solidarity with Muslim communities world-wide, tributes are flowing in response to Friday's mass-shooting at two mosques in New Zealand.
Mourners around the world have expressed their grief, anger and shock at the killing of 49 people in New Zealand two mosques.
In Christchurch, a sea of flowers has grown near the Al Noor mosque on Deans Road, the site of one of the deadly attacks.
Similar tributes have cropped up at mosques across the country as New Zealanders band together in sorrow.
Australians have also joined in the efforts, placing tributes at Australian places of worship, as the Australian flag flies at half mast on public buildings.
“Standing with you for peace and love," one card, left with flowers at Canberra Mosque, said. after devastating terrorist attack on Mosques in Christchurch, NZ.
Ahead of Saturday's NRL match between the New Zealand Warriors and the Canterbury Bulldogs in Auckland, the Warriors gathered for a minute's silence to remember the victims of the Christchurch mass shootings.
In London, flowers line the railing of Finsbury Park Mosque and a demonstration of solidarity was held close by.
Worshipers leaving Birmingham's Central Mosque at the end of Friday prayers were handed floral tributes.
Former US President Barack Obama took to Twitter to stand in solidarity with New Zealanders.
A vigil was held in Toronto to remember the victims of the Christchurch mass shooting. Attendees held signs reading "United against Islamophobia".
There were also demonstration of solidarity posted to Twitter from Cape Town, South Africa.
In Europe, prominent landmarks were used to show solidarity with the people of Christchurch.