Hitler has been in the news recently. Christian Dior suspended its British fashion designer John Galliano when he was caught on video hurling anti-Semitic remarks and saying how much he loved Hitler. And most recently, provocative Danish director Lars Von Trier got the boot from the Cannes Film Festival for calling himself a Nazi and saying that he sympathised with dead tyrant.

David Gilliver is causing no such rucus. Thankfully with his works, we can see the Nazi (structures) in a different light. The photographer who lives on the island of Guernsey in the Channel Islands, uses a variety of doohickeys to create wonderful light paintings in and around the concrete bunkers, gun batteries, and other fortified locations that were at one time used by Nazi forces. Have a look at some of his colourfurl long exposures after the jump.

[via My Modern Metropolis]