English wedding

I’ve been on holiday last week.
My brother got married last Saturday (May 3rd), so we combined that with a small vacation. My brother lives in London, but his parents-in-law live in Nursling, a small village near Southampton.
They decided to marry there, in a small church dedicated to St. Boniface, who went to monastic school there.

Coincidentally, we have lived in Friesland, The Netherlands, for nine years, and, as you probably all know, St. Boniface was murdered there, in Dokkum, in the year 754.

Anyway, we had a nice holiday in The New Forest, a fine area for walking or cycling.
One very beautiful tourist attraction in the neighbourhood is Salisbury Cathedral.
Another must-see around there is of course Stonehenge. We didn’t go there this time, but we have been there a few years ago.

The wedding, last Saturday, was very nice. Thankfully, it was a very joyful day, in spite of the recent tragic events in our family.

They had asked me to be the “official” photographer, so I walked around all day with 2 cameras, 3 lenses, 10 rolls of film and one flash. I guess I made over 250 photos.

Unfortunately, I need to have a little patience, before I will see the pictures I made. They won’t be developed until the newly-wed couple is back from their honeymoon to Vancouver and Vancouver Island, Canada.

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Monday, May 5th, 2003 Leisure, Personal

1 Comment to English wedding

  1. so…good

  2. saeid on August 2nd, 2003

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