This was my second watching the ANZACs as they marched through St. Kilda Road, to the Shrine of Remembrance. It’s a parade which represents a mix of emotions – solemnity, a remembrance of those fallen, an affirmation of those who came back.
We see the drummer boys and girls
children and grandchildren accompanying the marchers
and waving the flag
Of course, the March Marshalls have their hands full coordinating movements. Some have to actively point out where to stand
And someone else has to tick it off as done.
In the end, you get some incongruous combinations
Watch out for Part 2…