Rule #1. Never ever, ever turn your back on me when I’m shooting your wedding. Not ever. Especially if you drop your pants – intentionally, or unintentionally. It’s fatal. If you do, you will most definitely live to regret the moment. You see, at weddings, I hunt. Every. Single. Moment. If you watch closely, I shoot with both eyes open. One eye is looking through the viewfinder, while the other eye scans – takes a bit of practice, but yes, you can make your eyes move in different directions. At David and Bianca’s wedding I was shooting the formals up in the field high above Landtscap. I remember talking to the guys about being careful not to stand on any snakes (standing on a mellow Puffadder soaking up the sun in the long grass is not the coolest move you will ever make). Dave said something about needing to relieve cymbalta buy online himself so I told him to go ahead. With that, the rest of his bestmen, bless them, decided to join him. As I turned away from shooting Bianc’s, I caught the 6 boys all standing in a row just sort of doing what boys do. The thing is, they’d decided to do the whole ‘air-ation’ thing as well. Unlucky! I swung around, shouted ‘hold it chaps’ (no pun intended) and fired away. Off in the distance I could hear the bridesmaids shrieking with laughter. And with that I went for gold, charging over the long grass for a full frontal. I have never seen 6 grown men in such a quick cover-up in my life! Don’t believe me? The proof is below, take a look! Dave and Bianc’s – great wedding with so many awesome emotions – thanks for the great memories!