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i love halloween weddings, especially when i have such a wonderful bride to work with. this is a lot more "me" than the standard wedding shot, but i really think that was the point of me being there today in the first place. i'm sure she'll love that i picked this one to post.
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1548 Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2010
sexy
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xlifes Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2010
i can watch at her every morning and evening doing this next to me ;)
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xlifes Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2010
very sweet
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lordmagnusvo Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2009  Student Interface Designer
with a delicate touch :+fav:
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ap-photography Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2009  Professional Photographer
Lovely!
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ZenAkita Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
great capture. My good friend had the rehersal on Halloween and was married 11/1

That made for a wicked party. The Party was 80's Prom night. IT WAS SOOOOOOO FUNNY!
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Gremlich Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
Excellent. As always.

How many wedding group picture collections include these sort of candids?
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tonepainter Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Awesome job on the lighting... great shot!
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boot-cheese-3000 Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2009
this was a halloween wedding pic? didn't think that people got married on hallow's eve.
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Gremlich Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
While a wedding on Halloween is infrequent, since the "day" is originally a Christian observance (and now forgotten as such), I am not surprised.
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boot-cheese-3000 Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2009
really now? now that's surprising to me. usually it's the other way around--a pagan holiday becomes a christian one.:laughing:
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Gremlich Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
Yeah, it used to be All-Hallows or All-Saints day that served to separate the summer from the Fall. But, I need to clarify. It was not, as I thought, solely a Christian holiday, but a Christian holiday and Celtic observance (Samhain (sow-an)) both with roots in Roman times (Feast of Pomona). Of course, a large number of Christian observances largely have their roots in someone else's mythos. Odd that with such a past in the early days of the Christian religion, that there are so many fundamentlists/fanatics today that shun the day. You'd think they'd be the same way about today's Christmas.

My apologies for the incomplete information.
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boot-cheese-3000 Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2009
exactly. i know all about samhain and i'm not just whistling some glen danzig tracks either.:laughing: and christmas.....please don't get me started. that was TOTALLY a pagan holiday to celebrate winter solstice but the christians, being ever so sneaky and devious, tell folks lies about they celebrating a better holiday on that exact same day to convert more pagans to christianity before they got hyphy on them on some holy crusades shit. christ wasn't even born nowhere near december let alone winter if i'm not mistaken.
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Gremlich Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
You are correct sir! "Get the pagans as far away from troublesome observances and we will control them" or words to that effect.
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boot-cheese-3000 Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2009
most definitely fly guy. and if that didn't work it was torture--boiling oil, impalement, decapitation, the works.
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E-Money Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2009  Hobbyist
Nice setting.
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