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The sun certainly was smiling on Damien & Caroline on their wedding day back on the last weekend in May – so much so that I inadvertently topped up my sunburn.  Clare & I had a lovely day photographing the goings on, at respective parental digs round Roundhay, at the Church on Harrogate Road & the lovely Weetwood Hall on the ring road.  Once upon a time, I went to Roundhay school with Caroline, in her sister Joanne’s year, and have hung out with Damien since we were teenagers.  It was great being in and around old school friends and being part of the celebration.

Have a looksy at my ‘Random Top 40’ below:

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I like to focus on the sequence during the day, so I can create a photobook that really tells their story.  I though I’d show you a few sequences that caught my eye, starting with Caroline’s arrival at the church…

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The ceremony, including Joanne trying to hold back a tear – not for the first or last time during the day!

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And Jamie’s best man speech, which he’d been babbing himself about all day long, and delivered beautifully, from the heart with comic aplomb.  It’s always nice to hear a speech that hasn’t been lifted from Google. Excellent work Mr Wisemen.

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Similarly, I like to show the details from various angles – such as their ace Rolls Royce Silver cloud:

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© Barnaby Aldrick 2009 [Not to be reproduced without permission]

It was a pleasure being involved in Caroline & Damo’s wedding. I hope they had a fab honeymoon and wish them long and happy life together!

nb: Caroline & Damien’s top 150 images + pre-wedding shots are up in a client gallery of www.barnabyaldrick.com. If you were at the wedding and would like to see their photos, drop them an email for the password or email me with their surnames and I’ll let you know know the login.

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