Black and white with the Hasselblad X1D from the ANZAC day march in Sydney. Not the quickest camera ever but once you get used to the slower shooting style it makes fantastic pictures.
My own experience in the military was less than stellar and by no means the fault of the military more the stupidity of youth mixed with a fair degree of partying. My personal take on the ANZAC day tradition is that we should now hand over to the current serving soldiers, sailors and airmen to carry the banner forward, it seems a bit of a mess at the moment.
What amazed me about this year, only the second one I have been to in thirty years was how few actual veterans were marching. The day belonged to the Navy, with the Senior Service putting on a great show.
Shooting the march has always been a difficult proposition and you really need to go into it with a plan. Mine was to shoot individual full length portraits of interesting subjects.
The X1D is possibly not the best camera for this as its is not the fastest however the lenses and image quality are amazing and worth the trouble.