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Portrait of Wilfred Owen carved into the sand washed away

A portrait of soldier and poet Wilfred Owen, which was carved into the sand in a poignant tribute to the brave soldiers who lost their lives during th

Pages of the Sea: Nationwide project remembers soldiers who fell during Great War

It was the most ephemeral of tributes, yet all the more poignant for it.

Timelapse: Wilfred Owen's face drawn in sand

A portrait of World War One poet Wilfred Owen is drawn in the sand then washed away in Folkestone.

Large-scale drawings of soldiers have been drawn on 32 beaches, stretching from deepest Cornwall to the Outer Hebrides, as part of a UK-wide event thought up by film maker Danny Boyle.

Armistice centenary: Portraits of the war dead etched onto beaches

“Dim through the misty panes and thick green light,As under a green sea, I saw him drowning.”In his poem Dulce et Decorum Est, written in March 1918, Wilfred Owen described a soldier dying during a gas attack on the Western Front. Eight months later, Owen was killed in action, seven days before the

A poignant tribute to the fallen of the First World War has transformed a beach in the county marking 100 years since the guns fells silent.