Changing Guard Photo Album - Trooping the Colour - Major General's Review

Photographer: David Whitecross | 26 May 2018

With more than 1,500 soldiers and 350 horses from the Household Division on parade, for the first of three annual world class military demonstrations that culminate with the Queen's Birthday Parade on 9th June, David was in London to bring us the view from the seated stands surrounding Horse Guards Parade

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    Officiers arrive at Horse Guards Parade
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    Major General's Review 2018

    Photographer: David Whitecross
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    Major General's Review 2018

    Photographer: David Whitecross
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    Band of the Welsh Guards

    Photographer: David Whitecross
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    Bands form up on the South side of the Parade Ground

    Photographer: David Whitecross
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    Pipes and Drums of the Scots Guards

    Photographer: David Whitecross
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    Keepers of the Ground

    Photographer: David Whitecross
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    Scots Guards
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    Grenadier Guards form up

    Photographer: David Whitecross
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    Band of the Irish Guards and Drums and Pipes arrive.

    Photographer: David Whitecross
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    Guards Memorial in the background

    Photographer: David Whitecross
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    Coldstream Guards in front of the Guards Memorial

    Photographer: David Whitecross
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    The Colour Party, consisting of three men, marches to the centre of the parade ground and takes post in front of and to the left of No.6 Guard. The Duty Drummer then marches out and the Colour is uncased.

    Photographer: David Whitecross
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    No.1 Guard is referred to as the 'Escort for the Colour'
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    Kings Troop RHA arrive

    Photographer: David Whitecross
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    Band of the Household Cavalry

    Photographer: David Whitecross
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    Massed Bands of the Hosehold Division

    Photographer: David Whitecross
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    Coldstream Guards Colours

    Photographer: David Whitecross
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    The RSM approaches the Ensign who will carrry the Colour

    Photographer: David Whitecross
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    From this point forward the Escort becomes the 'Escort To the Colour

    Photographer: David Whitecross
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    The Colour is Trooped up and down the ranks

    Photographer: David Whitecross
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    Band of the Irish Guards

    Photographer: David Whitecross
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    Massed Bands perform the pinwheel

    Photographer: David Whitecross
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    Coldstream Guards salute as they march past the dias.

    Photographer: David Whitecross
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    Spectators watching from the sidleines in St James's Park

    Photographer: David Whitecross
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    Kings Troop RHA rank past.

    Photographer: David Whitecross
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    Drum Horses of the Household Cavalry Band

    Photographer: David Whitecross
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    Household Cavalry Band

    Photographer: David Whitecross
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    Keepers of the Ground prepare to march of

    Photographer: David Whitecross
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More Photos From David Whitecross

See more of David's stunning pictures on our website or visit Flickr where his work is published under the pseudonym Scottishborderer.

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