Tower Poppies Are Transformed By Night See the poppies at the Tower in a new light as they are illuminated nightly. View the full set of photos here: http://bzfd.it/1CG6VRh

Tower Poppies Are Transformed By Night See the poppies at the Tower in a new light as they are illuminated nightly. View the full set of photos here: http://bzfd.it/1CG6VRh

This summer, the Tower Of London was surrounded by a sea of crimson. The installation, conceived by artist Paul Cummins and designer Tom Piper, commemorated each and every British or Commonwealth fatality from World War 1 by planting 888,246 red ceramic poppies in a flowing sea spilling out and surrounding The Tower of London

This summer, the Tower Of London was surrounded by a sea of crimson. The installation, conceived by artist Paul Cummins and designer Tom Piper, commemorated each and every British or Commonwealth fatality from World War 1 by planting 888,246 red ceramic poppies in a flowing sea spilling out and surrounding The 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

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

Tower of London - 13-year-old cadet Harry Hayes planted the final ceramic poppy at the Tower of London this morning to mark Armistice Day 11th November 2014

The last of the poppies is planted: Thousands flock to Tower of London to see teenage cadet put the final ceramic flower in place as the nation falls silent to remember Britain's war dead

Tower of London - 13-year-old cadet Harry Hayes planted the final ceramic poppy at the Tower of London this morning to mark Armistice Day 11th November 2014

Magnificent: Millions of people have visited the Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red installation at the Tower of London since July

Tower of London moat is now nearly full of ceramic poppies

Magnificent: Millions of people have visited the Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red installation at the Tower of London since July

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.

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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