Tag: Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment
In Memoriam:Photo a week Challenge.
Nancy Merril Photograhy has given us the challenge of posting a photo that features a memorial. At 10:40 am, on July 20, 1982 as Horse Guards were walking along South Carriage Drive in Hyde Park, on their way to the changing of the Horse Guards, a nail bomb, composed of 25 lbs of gelignite and…
Detail: Lens-Artist Photo Challenge #54
Even spurs had decorative details.
Hwaer cwom mearg?
There is an historical reason for the ceremonial axe….
The Wedding and the Windsor Greys.
It was a grand day!
The Ears! That’s Your First Clue.
“What was that? Will it kill me?”
The Regiments! The Cavalry! The Marching Bands! And the Mystery Royal!
Then I could hear the clatter of hooves on the pavement!
Monday Minstrel: Out of the Office!
We will not bow to fear or intimidation. London has always been resilient.
A Matched Pair
They have stood on guard at the Horse Guards since 1660.
Winston and the Cavalry Blacks: High Days and Holidays
Some of the excitement was not planned!
July 20,1982 Terrorism strikes the Cavalry Blacks
a picture…..and above it a single word: “Bastards”.
The Day I Met a Cavalry Black
I didn’t know him but I knew a lot about him.