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Saturday, January 28, 2012

Wedding On The Bridge 2

Because I have found two new (to me) linky parties that I want to play with,
I am doing a rerun on one of my favorite posts.
Favorite because it concerns one of my favorite nephews, STEVE, and his wedding....
ON A BRIDGE....

Parked in the shadows of trees, waiting for a wedding to start....♥♥

A nephew got married last week and we attended the FAR OUT wedding...
I'd never been to a wedding that took place on a BRIDGE....
pretty neat, tho.

It was held on an olden, HISTORIC bridge, among trees that were SUPPOSED to be turning
beautiful colors....
however, due to the HEAT and DROUGHT, the COLOR CHANGE wasn't there.
It was still a pretty place for a casual wedding.


An olden NAIL and it's SHADOW....

My most favorite SHADOW SHOT I've ever taken....
A cool WEDDING IN THE SHADOWS....
Be happy, Steve...we love you !
Joining in with:
SUNDAY BRIDGES...thanks so much to all the hosts.

34 comments:

Zondra Art said...

Very interesting wedding on the bridge. I believe it was beautiful, nice photos!

I wish you a pleasant weekend, kisses:)

TexWisGirl said...

now that's a unique venue! i like it!

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Love that shadow shot on the bridge!!

Nancy's Notes said...

What a memorable place to be wed, love the idea! Great shadow shot, it's truly awesome!

Madeline's Album said...

Great photos. Quite an unique wedding. Have a blessed evening. Madeline

Gemma Wiseman said...

What a grand idea! Unique! And the wonderful shadow shapes are fascinating! A creative memory!

NanaDiana said...

What a neat wedding. Good for them for doing something they really wanted to do that wasn't quite so traditional. xo Diana

Mecky said...

I like that idea! I wanted to be married on an old bridge at a local arboretum, but I broke it off. That bridge is no longer standing.
Great photos

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

Now that's a first for me. Looks like a very pretty setting.

Sylvia K said...

How fun and how different! I love it! And what terrific shadow shots for the day!! Best wishes to the newly weds!

Sylvia

Ralph said...

The venue for this momentous event is wonderful - perhaps it is a metaphor for the marriage, the bridge from the old lives as individuals to partners...

The new vows were taken under the witnesses and under God, so where it was held would not matter. Except the family and friends were witness in an amazing and cool place!

Kelly said...

What a fun and different idea! That last photo is really neat with all the shadow people on the bridge.

Joan said...

I loved it before and I love it now! Very cool.

chubskulit said...

Love that last shot.

In behalf of Gemma and Magical Mystical Teacher, I thank you for playing Shadow Shot Sunday 2. - Rose

Shadows by the Beach, come and see.

Entertaining Women said...

It will be a sweet memory for all of you for many years. Thank you for inviting us for a peak at the wedding celebration. Cherry Kay

Linnea said...

That is an unusual place to get married; the bridge must mean a lot to them. Thanks for sharing this special moment.

Terra said...

I LOVE the location for the wedding, for an outdoor wedding.

Life on the Edge said...

I love seeing weddings that are held in interesting places! My husband and I had thought about having an outdoor wedding, but since the weather can change so much here in Ohio, we thought that might not be a good idea. Looks like they had a beautiful sunny day though! Where they had drought, we had an overabundance of rain this year. You sure got some cool pics!

Kady
Life on the Edge

Sam @ My Carolina Kitchen said...

What an interesting place for a wedding and I bet the guests won't forget it either. So clever too.
Sam

Theresa said...

I remember that wedding, it was such a pretty wedding! Beautiful shadows:) Have a blessed day dear BJ, HUGS!

Snap said...

I remember this post! I enjoyed it again!

thistlewoodfarm said...

What an awesome idea! We have so many old bridges around here. I love the old slats....great place for pictures!
blessings,
karianne

The French Hutch said...

I love this the first time. A great shadow shot of such a sweet wedding.
Thanks for sharing bj.

~Emily
The French Hutch

Lesley said...

That is a first! Holding a wedding on a bridge would also help keep the guest list down!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

I wonder if the wedding party noticed their shadows in the ravine...

Threaded Shadows

LV said...

That is the first wedding I have heard of on a bridge. It seemed to turned out very well. At least, no body jumped off. They have lots of great shadows to think about down the road of life.

Sarah said...

BJ, somehow I missed this when you first posted it. What a cool idea to have a wedding on a bridge. Love it! Love the shadow shots too. ~ Sarah

jewaicious said...

What lovely captures of mood, shadows, colors and the event.

My name is Darlene Payan said...

The shadow shot on the bridge was a very nice touch. It seemed like a perfect day for a wedding.

Diann said...

How fun! A wedding that no one will forget! Love the shadow shot of the bridge.

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Nice photos.

Regards and best wishes

nannykim said...

We have had one here in our town under a beautiful old bridge. UNDER it it looks like the arches of a cathedral!

Chubby N Chieque said...

I love the wedding idea, BJ.

Hope you're enjoying your fave nephew.

Happy SSS...

hugs,
/chie

Carla said...

My cousins daughter got married Dec 31, 2011 in park in Durango, Colorado outside. Snow and all. It was suppose to be on a mountain top but it had snowed and the pathways were too muddy. The bride and bridesmaids were in their beautiful gowns with caps and.....pretty snow boots. ;o)

I like the bridge wedding idea. Pretty.