James Whitlow Delano's photographs from the Mexico/US Border wall in Tijuana, Mexico are featured on the Pulitzer Center Instagram this week.
Earlier in 2017 Delano visited the wall to document families living along it.
"I'll never forget the shock at seeing, for the first time, the corrugated-tin US/Mexico border wall in 1982. I could not believe that two countries, not at war, could be separated by such a formidable barrier, resembling the Berlin Wall. It felt militarized on the beach. Helicopters circled overhead. Border Patrol, sitting in 4WD trucks, were watching my every move. Not much has changed there except now there is more wall, extending into the sea and sometimes there is even a double wall," says Delano.
Check out the Pulitzer Center Instagram this week to see more.