It was, without a doubt, the most physically painful marriage that this wedding photographer done until today, not because it had cost me, quite the opposite, but because it was physically very hard to do.
Departure in the day before to the groom’s house, Celestino, in Pardilhó near Estarreja. On the way I began to fear for the next day when the rain began to burst, first slowly, the one that make us nervous because even if the windscreen wiper not need to be always on and, if not, we start to get ultra progressive myopia and we fail to see the road without almost realizing it. Then, strong and persistent with the man in the radio saying that the next day would be what awaited us. Despite wet marriage blessed marriage, I doubt that the photographers who are in the next day in charge of writing with light those weddings did not find great joke to that.
However, the next morning, very early, was revealed a nice light after rainy, clean, luminous and everything was of good augury to the wedding photographer for the rest of the day, as it happened at the house of the father of Celestino that was a great quality setting for what awaited us.
The problem is that the bride and all the rest of the day were still a few more good kilometers below from here, running on the freeway which is something that does not give me great satisfaction in driving. I prefer, by far, the slow but dynamics regular roads then the monotonic fast highways of the GPS lady.
Arriving at Leiria we were very well received by the bride’s family, Vanessa, where my right indicator clicking was awarded for the photos you can see down in the post.
Ceremony in the beautiful mother church of the Caranguejeira village and party at Quinta dos Lagos with guests very happy and enjoying the party and, after all, the day was quick with Vanessa and Celestino.
On the way home, a few miles ahead, after all, it seemed like it did not cost to the wedding photographer that much. Maybe because people say that if you like it does not cost you? Maybe!…