Photographer: David Whitecross | Date 25 April 2018
David, as an ex Argyll and Sutherland Highlander, could not resist heading back to London to see Balaklava Company 5 Scots Dismount after their first spell on Public Duties and was rewarded with a mini tattoo when he found the Drum Majors practicing on Wellington Barracks Square for Trooping the Colour, two Royal Marines Bands practising in Birdcage Walk as well as grabbing some amazing pictures of the Band of the Royal Regiment of Scotland.
See more of David's stunning pictures on our website or visit Flickr where his work is published under the pseudonym Scottishborderer.
As David is in Windsor for most Guard Mounts we look forward to bringing you lots more of his pictures, both on our website and on the social media channels below.
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