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30 Wedding Photos: 13



Looking through past wedding photos I'm struck by how many of my favourites involve children and, thinking about this today, I was struck by the thought that it is possibly due to the fact that they are so emotionally available and open such that a camera doesn't phase them. All the time I'm trying to capture emotion in my pictures, something real, a feeling not just a simulacrum. So it isn't that surprising, therefore, that they are featuring a lot in these 30 Wedding Photos I'm posting at the moment.
The photo above - well, I'm not going to say much about it: it speaks for itself like any good picture should.

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