After the plunge the show went on as usual

Christine and Brian shot just prior to my plunge in the fountain.

Christine and Brian shot just prior to my plunge in the fountain.

This is obviously a follow up to the post last month after I fell head first into the grand fountain at the Mass. Horticultural Society at Elm Bank during the formal shoot prior to their ceremony.  As I stated earlier I made a complete recovery and was able to keep shooting with a little help from my friends and my darling wife, Asha.  Long story short is that the one of most spectacular catastrophes did not interfere with our final edit.  Christine and Brian have some incredible images and memories to relieve the least of which should be my disaster.

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The girls!

The girls!

The rings!

The rings!

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Dad

Dad

My assitant? No just Christine's Mom looking good holding my camera.

My assitant? No just Christine's Mom looking good holding my camera.

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A kiss from Dad on the way over to Elm Bank.

A kiss from Dad on the way over to Elm Bank.

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The reveal!

The reveal!

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The End

The End

So let’s recap. Had great day (little rain doesn’t get in the way).  Had a great couple and all is going great when I stumble into a fountain with all my gear.  Here are the results when the ultimate goes wrong–that is why we use second shooters on every wedding with a total of 4 cameras going non-stop.

Thanks to everyone including Hays Insurance for getting me up and working in no time.

Thanks to everyone including Hays Insurance for getting me up and working in no time.