I find this picture interesting in the way the chair is tipped over on the ground. Is it accident, did it fall or is it a protocol that sends a message to reveal the night is over. I kept coming back to this picture wondering why.
Empty tables, an upset chair â€“ everything in the picture is a sign for an end. After a long day, the bride and the groom tiredly leave the party. Perfect.
What a catch. The cornfield so evenly composed and the framing is great.
I really like that the photographer seems to have gone beyond the last photograph of the bride and groom leaving. Without the caption, it's hard to know but it feels like a quick stop home before heading off to the honeymoon. I love the contrast of the elegant bride and the homey porch.
A wonderful and different moment. Even if you didn't know this was a wedding contest, you would know from the ingredients of this photograph exactly what is happening. Her great little gesture, the rice or rice equivalent caught in the lightâ€¦this photograph was very different from most of the others.
This one has an eerie and mysterious quality that is quite nice. The foreboding sky, the strange zombie-like girl, the bride folding the flag. The photographer has captured a strange and quirky moment.
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