Stunning Poppy Tribute in London for WW1

In a word: BREATHTAKING

Ceramic artist Paul Cummins’ installation Blood Swept Lands And Seas Of Red is a stunning tribute to the soldiers who died in WW1 and you can see it at the Tower of London this year. 100,000 people have bought ceramic poppies the size of a man’s fist and planted them in the moat area around the 1,000 year old Tower.
All profits go to Soldier’s charities in this 100th anniversary commemoration of WW1.

For more information read: The London Daily Mail article here for beautiful images of this wonderful commemoration.

Tower of London PoppyTower of London poppies 1

 

Thankyou to Stokesentinel.co.uk and FastCoCreate.com for their lovely images used here.

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