Marking the centenary of the First World War, the historic tower of London has been turned into a sea of red.
Paul Cummins and a team of volunteers have laid the poppies throughout the summer. The delicate poppies adorn the entire castle and its grounds. Some group of flowers pour out of the Tower windows, cascading to the ground, while others seem to splash over from the fields into the pedestrian walkways, bringing a trail of bright crimson to visitor’s feet.
The first ceramic poppy was planted last month, with the final one due to be planted on Armistice Day on November 11.