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ceramic poppie installation,conceived by artist Paul Cummins and designer Tom Piper,commemorates each British and Colonial casualty in First World War at the Tower of London August 2014

Blood Swept lands and Seas of Red, Tower of London, 5 August - 11 Nov 888246 ceramic poppies commemorate

Ceramic Poppies Surround the Tower of London to Commemorate WWI - volunteers began placing the poppies several weeks ago and will continue until the final flower is placed on November Remembrance Day.

Todas as noites, uma mensagem é soada e uma seleção de nomes dos mortos é lida em voz alta.

Todas as noites, uma mensagem é soada e uma seleção de nomes dos mortos é lida em voz alta.

Ceramic Poppies Surround the Tower of London to Commemorate WWI by Paul Cummins & Tom Piper

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The art installation "Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red" marking the anniversary of the World War One is seen at the Tower of London July 28, 2014. The evolving installation by artist Paul Cummins will be formed of 888,246 ceramic poppies, to honor military fatalities during WWI. REUTERS/Neil Hall
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In Remembrance (Veterans Day) Artist and ceramist Paul Cummings and stage designer Tom Piper have filled in the moat of the Tower of London with ceramic poppies. Each poppy represents a British military fatality during the war.

A stunning art installation currently on display a the Tower of London: ceramic poppies commemorating lives lost in the First World War

11 November marks 100 years since the start of Lest we forget those who died, this incredible display is on view at the Tower of London. With gratitude to those who served and died.

We could ask everyone to write something for which they are grateful and create a Happy Patch or Plantation of Positivity

The art installation "Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red" marking the anniversary of the World War One is seen at the Tower of London July 28, 2014. The evolving installation by artist Paul Cummins will be formed of 888,246 ceramic poppies, to honor military fatalities during WWI. REUTERS/Neil Hall

The art installation "Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red" marking the anniversary of the World War One is seen at the Tower of London July 28, 2014. The evolving installation by artist Paul Cummins will be formed of 888,246 ceramic poppies, to honor military fatalities during WWI. REUTERS/Neil Hall
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The 888,246 poppies around it are ceramic, and each represents a British military fatality in World War I. | An Incredible Bird's Eye View Of The Ceramic Poppies Outside The Tower Of London
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Paul Cummins, “Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red,” Tower of London

The art installation is even more impressive from above, thanks to the Met Police Air Support Unit's helicopter (courtesy of

Probably the most beautiful scene ever, lest we ever forget.

The 888,246 poppies around it are ceramic, and each represents a British military fatality in World War I. | An Incredible Bird's Eye View Of The Ceramic Poppies Outside The Tower Of London

The 888,246 poppies around it are ceramic, and each represents a British military fatality in World War I. | An Incredible Bird's Eye View Of The Ceramic Poppies Outside The Tower Of London
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Yeoman Serjeant Bob Loughlin walks through a mass of ceramic poppies at the Tower of London.

AN ARMY of pottery workers will be recruited to produce thousands of clay poppies that will be used to pay tribute to those who lost their lives in the First World War. Artist Paul Cummins and.

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A sobering sight - each poppy represents one British causality of WWI

Millions flock to Tower's stunning poppy tribute

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Porcelain poppies surround the Tower of London to commemorate World War I.

To mark centenary, the Tower of London will be surrounded by a sea of poppies,one for each British and Colonial fatality of the war. From August 5 to November the dry moat will be turned into a sea of red, with one poppy for each of the …

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'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red' by artist Paul Cummins, made up of ceramic poppies in the moat of the Tower of London to commemorate the First World War on July 2014 in London.

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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.

Ceramic Poppies Flow Like Blood from the Tower of London to Commemorate WWI Artist Paul Cummins, stage designer Tom Piper

paul cummins and tom piper have infilled the famous dry moat at the tower of london with 888,246 ceramic poppies for remembrance day.

888,246 ceramic poppies infill the tower of london for remembrance day

paul cummins and tom piper have infilled the famous dry moat at the tower of london with ceramic poppies for remembrance day.

Growing wild: The flowers have been arranged so that it seems they are flowing from a window at the Tower and into the surrounding dry moat area

Tide of red poppies sweeps across Tower of London for Armistice Day

To commemorate the centenary of the outbreak of the first world war there would be ceramic red poppies gradually planted until 11 November. Each represented one British or colonial life lost. By the end there would be a sea of red.

Yeoman Serjeant Bob Loughlin admires a section of an installation entitled "Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red" by artist Paul Cummins, made up of 888,246 ceramic poppies in the moat of the Tower of London, to commemorate the First World War on Monday in London. Each ceramic poppy represents an allied victim of the First World War and the display is due to be completed by Armistice Day on Nov. 11, 2014.

Artist Plants Ceramic Poppies to Commemorate WWI Victims

Yeoman Serjeant Bob Loughlin admires a section of an installation entitled 'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red' by artist Paul Cummins, made up of c

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Joey, star of War Horse, at the Tower of London. Not a musical, but it belongs with the other theater stuff.

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Ceramic poppies: Thousands sold at Tower of London to raise funds for armed forces charities - Home News - UK - The Independent

Ceramic poppies sold to raise funds for armed forces charities

An evolving art installation 'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red' by artist Paul Cummins at the Tower of London, as the Historic Royal Palaces, Tower of London

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