Video thumbnail, Timelapse of Wave Poppies installation at Yorkshire Sculpture Park
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They wowed millions at the Tower of London — and now they're at Yorkshire Sculpture Park.

The ceramic poppies crafted for the Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red art installation to mark the centenary of the First World War have been transported to Yorkshire to recreate Wave at the West Bretton park.

And you can watch the stunning sculpture take shape in this fascinating stopmotion video made by Yorkshire Sculpture Park.

The clip shows the ceramic poppies being carefully shaped into a breathtaking cascade rising from the park's historic lake, a 1km walk from the main visitor centre and car park.

YSP executive director Peter Murray said: "The calmness and nature of the park will offer visitors an ideal space for contemplation and reflection.”

Wave opened on September 5 and will be on display at the sculpture park until early January 2016.

The installation is part of a nationwide tour of the artwork from Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red.