Trooping the Colour, London, 2015
Digital photograph by Corporal Daniel Wiepen, Royal Logistic Corps, 2015.
An officer of the Grenadier Guards gives an order on the march at Horse Guards Parade, London, 2015. The regiments of the Guards Division can be identified by their badges and by the arrangement of the buttons on their tunics and the colour of the plumes on their bearskins.
The Queen's Birthday Parade, more popularly known as Trooping the Colour, takes place on Horse Guards Parade in London. It features soldiers from the Household Division - consisting of Foot Guards, The King's Troop, Royal Horse Artillery and the Household Cavalry. It is a highlight of the British ceremonial calendar.
From a collection of digital photographs compiled associated with British Army ceremonial events, 2014-2017.
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National Army Museum, Study collection