The annual Norwegian tradition of burning the Slinningsbalet, or the Slinning Bonfire, involves the creation and burning of many pallets, crates and barrels in Alesund.
The tradition happens on midsummer's eve and this year's proved to be a world record breaker, measuring in at a gigantic 47.4 metres.
Here you can see how the structure was made in the first place.
And here you can see the undoing of all that hard work. The bonfire comes crumbling down after being set on fire.
Makes your bonfire night seem pathetic in comparison, doesn't it?