Weeping Window
The poppy sculpture 'Weeping Window', a cascade of thousands of handmade ceramic poppies by artist Paul Cummins and designer Tom Piper on display at Caernarfon Castle, Wales, October 17, 2016 Reuters

Thousands of people have been rushing to Caernarfon Castle to see the Weeping Window poppy display made in memory of those who died during the First World War. The sculpture is made up of 6,000 handmade ceramic poppies and was designed by artist Paul Cummins and designer Tom Piper.

The 39-year-old artist had previously talked how the artwork accidentally looked like a dragon's foot. Cummins said: "It wasn't planned. What happened was on the last day, when they were planting the last ones, it was a bit of a rush, and there archaeological things on the site that meant we were not allowed to spike in certain places.

"You can only go down a few inches in certain places, so we had to go round those places. It's just fate," he added.

The installation will be open to the public until 20 November. Scroll down to take a look at the beautiful sculpture.

Weeping Window
Caernarfon Castle poppy exhibition look like a dragon's foot Reuters
Weeping Window
The poppy sculpture 'Weeping Window', a cascade of thousands of handmade ceramic poppies by artist Paul Cummins and designer Tom Piper on display at Caernarfon Castle, Wales, October 17, 2016 Reuters
Weeping Window
The poppy sculpture 'Weeping Window', a cascade of thousands of handmade ceramic poppies by artist Paul Cummins and designer Tom Piper on display at Caernarfon Castle, Wales Reuters
Weeping Window
Close-up of the poppy sculpture 'Weeping Window', a cascade of thousands of handmade ceramic poppies by artist Paul Cummins and designer Tom Piper on display at Caernarfon Castle, Wales Reuters
Weeping Window
One of the handmade ceramic poppies by artist Paul Cummins and designer Tom Piper is planted amongst the Field of Remembrance on display at Caernarfon Castle, Wales Reuters