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Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red: 888,246 Ceramic Poppies at the Tower of London to commemorate the 100th anniversary of WWI, by Paul Cummins

Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red: 888,246 Ceramic Poppies at the Tower of London to commemorate the 100th anniversary of WWI, by Paul Cummins

Field of poppies: The moat around the Tower of London has nearly been filled with ceramic poppies commemorating the First World War thank to volunteers

The red sea: Tide of crimson poppies surrounds Tower of London

Field of poppies: The moat around the Tower of London has nearly been filled with ceramic poppies commemorating the First World War thank to volunteers

If you want to catch the end of The Tower of London's Poppies exhibit (it ends November 11), you'll want to know where to stay. Photo courtesy of somekindofwanderlust on Instagram.

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If you want to catch the end of The Tower of London's Poppies exhibit (it ends November 11), you'll want to know where to stay. Photo courtesy of somekindofwanderlust on Instagram.

Poppies Pour Like Blood from the Tower of London - This summer, the Tower Of London will be surrounded by a sea of crimson. This installation will commemorate each and every British and Colonial fatality from World War 1 by planting 888,246 red ceramic poppies in a flowing sea around the tower's dry moat.

Poppies Pour Like Blood from the Tower of London - This summer, the Tower Of London will be surrounded by a sea of crimson. This installation will commemorate each and every British and Colonial fatality from World War 1 by planting 888,246 red ceramic poppies in a flowing sea around the tower's dry moat.

12 Stunning Pictures Of The Ceramic Poppies Outside The Tower Of London

12 Stunning Pictures Of The Ceramic Poppies Outside The Tower Of London

In Remembrance -- Remembrance Day (we call it Veteran's Day) -- London Tower Poppies -- habitually chic

Afin de commémorer le centenaire de la participation de la Grande-Bretagne à la Première Guerre mondiale, l’artiste céramiste Paul Cummins et le scénographe Tom Piper ont conçu une installation stupéfiante de coquelicots en céramique plantés dans le fossé de la Tour de Londres.  Le travail final sera composé de 888 246 fleurs en céramique rouge (représentant chacune un britannique ou un militaire colonial) qui s’écoulent de la tour jusqu’au sol.

"Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red" par Paul Cummins et Tom Piper

Afin de commémorer le centenaire de la participation de la Grande-Bretagne à la Première Guerre mondiale, l’artiste céramiste Paul Cummins et le scénographe Tom Piper ont conçu une installation stupéfiante de coquelicots en céramique plantés dans le fossé de la Tour de Londres. Le travail final sera composé de 888 246 fleurs en céramique rouge (représentant chacune un britannique ou un militaire colonial) qui s’écoulent de la tour jusqu’au sol.

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