At the Tower of London red ceramic poppies are being planted to represent every killed soldier in the British Empire. Artist Paul Cummins was inspired by the battlefield accounts of an unknown soldier.
With this year marking the centenary of the start of the First World War, many events have taken place to remind us all of the sacrifices made by so many.
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Poppy appeal, Tower of London, ceramic poppies commemorating the soldiers who died in the First World War.
The River Thames, London, England - I know this is weird, but I love how dirty the water is. I guess because that's the way Texas is too.with our ugly brown water a lot of the time.
The River Thames flows through southern England. It is the longest river entirely in England and the second longest in the United Kingdo.
Such a good ariel view - never get tired of London views
The River Thames, London, England -- with the Shard on the left -- new architecture on the riverside
Garden of Eden - St. Austell, Cornwall, England The artificial biomes of the Eden Project would be more at home on the exotic terrain of a foreign planet than nestled in the Cornwall countryside. The biomes house plants from around world, with visitors being able to visit the Tropics and the Mediterranean without ever leaving England.