AP’s Daily Life series is a visual exploration of imagery from around the globe. From bustling Chinese cities, to ice caves in Minnesota, to the rural farms of northern India, these stunning images depict the world beyond the familiar and remind us of the global community to which we belong.
Whether inspiring or devastating, these are extraordinary moments, captured by the AP’s award winning photographers. To see the Worldview collection page click here or visit our London Daily Life collection.
Lead Image Caption: British soldiers, members of the House Guards participate at the Changing of the Guard ceremony, in the forecourt of Buckingham Palace in central London, Monday, June 16, 2014. Changing the Guard is one of the oldest and most familiar ceremonies associated with the Royal Palaces. In 1689, the court moved to St James’s Palace, which was guarded by the Foot Guards. When Queen Victoria moved into Buckingham Palace in 1837, the Queen’s Guard remained at St James’s Palace, with a detachment guarding Buckingham Palace, as it still does today. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)
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