It’s Friday, and it’s been a long week, so let’s take a break.
You can start by watching Jack Black dance around his yard.
Feeling better? Rad – let’s move on to weddings.
Weddings are a mixed bag of emotions and incidents that will have you questioning whether or not it’s a good idea to ever put all of the important people in your life into the same room, ever again.
For some, the answer is “no”. One of the biggest lessons you may take away from your big day is that compartmentalising your social and family life is the only way to live now that you’ve joined two clans together.
The madness of the day is rarely captured on film. Wedding photos don’t usually reflect the behind the scenes nonsense – unless photographer Ian Weldon is involved.
Per CNN, Weldon’s book captures “moments of spontaneity and hilarity in a candid style more typical of documentary photography”.
[Weldon says] “weddings are this melting pot of emotions and reality, happiness and sadness. Everything that I could find in many other different projects was all here in one place. And then when you add alcohol to that — it becomes something else, you know? I learned more about photography and myself shooting weddings than I did any other time in my life. And continue to do so.”
Sit back, enjoy and have a bit of a chuckle. You’ve earned it:
If you had to postpone your wedding because of the lockdown, my heart goes out to you.
Keep the faith.
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