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Wedding Day Pt II - Oddities

Here are some of the odder or funnier pictures from the days leading up to, as well as the day itself....

"Back in Black" How Megan and her Dad really wanted to dress for the wedding...
Oh my God, get those two apart, quick... (why do they look so happy?)
John gets in touch with his softer side...

Here John turns the other cheek...
Ben photographs the photographer...
"Take my picture, take my picture""Don't take my picture"
"He said don't take his picture 'Stupid'"Selo, wake up and get moving with that Shawarma...
What is it with sleepy relatives?
They start young in the Bray family!
14 Animal Crackers later..."hrmphgrmphns"

It really was a fun day...

Book: The Way It Works - Inside Ottawa by Eddie Goldenberg

Music: Hymns of the 49th Parallel by k.d. lang


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