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Were they just waiting for a passing groom....
Chris: Then one came along - taken through the windscreen of my car..
Oh - nice catch!
Chris: Purely by chance too Elizabeth
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 7 Nov 2016, 02:57
Dad is off to see the bloke, with blushing Daughter and shotgun...there will be a resolution...
Chris: There always is Ray when offers are made that you cannot refuse
Gobsmacked...This is fabulous Chris!
Chris: Taken from behind the wheel of my car Richard
Now THAT'S not something you see every day, Chris!!!
Chris: Quite unexpected too Ginnie
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 7 Nov 2016, 06:53
and well accompanied -the man seems to be the father of the bride- they are on way to the church for the wedding service.
Chris: In the direction they are heading there is no church that I can think of Philine - a mystery
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 7 Nov 2016, 07:03
What a scene and what a dress. I hope she will make it through the day....
Chris: Well let's hope she makes it through her marriage too Astrid
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 7 Nov 2016, 07:03
A change to see a bride WALKING!
Chris: Yes it is Lisl, but I suppose she is young and athletic. They have come presumably from the Bath Spa Hotel heading for the Holburne Museum. Do they do marriages there or where would the nearest church be, near the Argylle fountain?
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 7 Nov 2016, 07:17
I bet someone will get some stick for not booking the wedding cars. They are probably off for some photographs; I know some people will dress in their wedding outfits either before or after the day of some photographs at a less pressured time.
Chris: Ahh - I didn't think of the latter!
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 7 Nov 2016, 07:26
Yes they do marriages in the Holburne Museum. I suppose this is the wrong direction from St. Mary, Bathwick - unless she has changed her mind
Chris: I think Alan might have nailed it
This is very good Tiff, glad you cleaned the road up.
Chris: It's their special day Chad
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 7 Nov 2016, 08:50
Very good Chris, so glad you did this in B&W. The scene has a sense of tristesse that the monochrome emphasises nicely. Perhaps it is the feeling that the scenario belongs to another era - a touch of the HCBs about it.
Chris: Very kind of you to say so Mike, this little scenario simply glided in front of my car as I waited at a road junction
Off to wedded bliss...
Chris: We hope..
nicely shot, Chris. i have seen tin cans trailing behind cars, but not this.
Chris: Strange isn't it Ayush
Most people get a lift from the wedding to the reception smile
Chris: There are more questions than answers here Brian
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 7 Nov 2016, 21:35
This must be a walk-in-wedding, similar to a drive-thru fried chicken emporium. Happens when you are tight on budget. Reminds me of weddings (if they did happen) back in them hippie days. No pretending to be a toff, no Roller for the bride - just go see the pastor among the lilies.

BTW - this looks brilliant in b&w.
Chris: I am obliged to you Louis. I am now tending to think they are off for a photo shoot and not the actual event

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