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The wedding invitation says three o’clock in the afternoon; I arrived at the church 30 minutes late amidst the heavy downpour that afternoon. The ceremony was halfway through, the couple was kneeling at the front of the altar, heads bowed, I quickly pull out my gear and unmindful of the congregation, went up the podium, set my tripod and was about to shoot… then realize I’m in the wrong wedding! So rather than come down immediately and make an embarrassment of myself, I took some shots anyway; after which, as if I’m proud of the images taken, slowly walk away and sit at the farthest corner, heaving a sign of relief and cold perspiration. They don’t know me; I don’t know them, let’s leave it at that.
But I know whom to kill for mis-declaring the time of the wedding… I’ll wait after the honeymoon is over….
“Like A Flower, Our Love Blossomed
From Friendship To Marriage
Like A Butterfly, Our Faith And Trust
Shall Give Us The Freedom To Soar
And Still Come Back As One
Like A Candle
Our Commitment To Each Other
And Our Faith In God
Shall Light Our Path.
From Now To Eternity.”
With these words, my friends Yuri and Enah celebrated their union last Saturday, the 16th of October, 2010 at Sanctuario de San Jose in East Greenhills at 4 o’clock in the afternoon. Congratulations you guys! Here are the reverse chronological moments in 360!
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