Hello there, and thank you so much for visiting me today.....hope you've had a good week.
So I was lucky enough this Wednesday to have the opportunity to go to London with my Mum and daughter for a bit of shopping and sightseeing, but mostly to view the Poppies at The Tower.
If you've not been yourself, its quite a spectacle to behold, and as we left tower hill station and walked down to the tower and got our first glimpse of this sea of red, it was breath taking. Despite the crowds I found it very peaceful there, but still felt very emotional when you stop and think that each of these ceramic poppies (and there are over 800 thousand of them!) represent a life lost. if you have the opportunity to visit in the next few days, I strongly recommend - I feel very privileged to share this photo's with you all
Don't get chance to get to London very often, so we followed this with a visit to the Science Museum (Meg's choice), and a lovely walk through Hyde Park up to Marble Arch for a mooch around the shops at that end of Oxford St, before our weary little legs took us home.
Fantastic photos Lisa and what a lovely tribute of remembrance. Shona xxReplyDelete
Amazing x Susan xReplyDelete
Beautiful photos Lisa, would love to see it myself. Carol xReplyDelete
Breath taking, just so stunning xReplyDelete
Magnificent pictures Lisa xxReplyDelete
Wonderful pictures xxReplyDelete
Beautiful pics Lisa, just been watching the news they look absolutely amazing...just wish I had chance to go and see them. Sue xReplyDelete
Stunning photos Lisa. My mum went to see them and said the same as you, the feeling of peace amongst the crowds of people was like nothing else she had experienced.ReplyDelete
I hope you have a good weekend.
How wonderful for you to be able to share in this personally Lisa, thanks for sharing this with us.ReplyDelete
I would dearly love to be able to go and see this magnificent display, but I cannot, so I have to be content with seeing other people's beautiful photographs, thank you for sharing them :o)ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing your wonderful photographs Lisa, the sea of poppies looks stunning.ReplyDelete