For Love, Couple Bride Photos When a Forest Fire

For Love, Couple Bride Photos When a Forest Fire

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Vemale.com – Not everyone wants to escape from dangerous situations. There are also ya, people who want to challenge the danger for its own satisfaction in him. As did the couple Michael Wolber and April Hartley.

Both married last Saturday in the Bend, Oregon region, close to dense forests. The party performed outside the room seemed calm and peaceful at first. But suddenly had to be dissolved.

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As April Hartley began to step on the aisle, several firefighters expressed little regret that the couple should move out into safer territory. There was a forest fire that began to widen and the smoke was quite disturbing to the guests and the bride.

"The fire department says we can do the wedding ceremony, but then we have to leave immediately," said wedding photographer Josh Newton.

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But because of the increasingly precarious situation, the marriage was inevitably done within fifteen minutes. While the yellow-gray forest fire fumes are already beneath the couple. Suddenly the photographer brings the two brides to places where he can get photos with unusual sights. And guests, invitations and performers have been evacuated to parks in Bend.

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Both brides do not mind to be invited to take pictures in a place that is a bit challenging death. Though the fire quickly penetrated the Oregon forest and the sky there already showed a spooky scenery. But that's exactly what the couple and their photographer used.

But what they do is worth it because the wedding photos look so dramatic and beautiful. You can take a look at these pretty reckless wedding photos in our gallery. Well, this will be an unforgettable photo and memorable moments for Michael and April. Happy wedding for the couple.

(vem / gil)

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