Wedding Album: Karen And Barry 15.7.22

This morning Karen and Barry visited to see the photograph albums we have been preparing for them. All I have left to do is to stick almost 200 photos in place. Although, in order to tell the story of the day, the final selection will be placed in clicked order,

the couple are more than happy for this fairly random set to be posted tonight, so that all their friends will be able to see them and get a taste of the full story of the day. As usual, clicking on any image will access the gallery which bears a title for each picture.

Late this afternoon I watched the UEFA Women’s Cup Final between England and Germany, after which we all enjoyed dinner consisting of tender roast chicken and Jackie’s omelette-topped savoury rice with which she finished the Pinot Grigio the completion of which I had assisted by knocking her first glass over; Dillon held tight to his Ribena; and I finished the Shiraz Cabernet without mishap.

Published by derrickjknight

I am an octogenarian enjoying rambling physically and photographing what I see, and rambling in my head as memories are triggered. I also ramble through a lifetime's photographs. In these later years much rambling is done in a car.

101 thoughts on “Wedding Album: Karen And Barry 15.7.22

  1. Absolutely perfect gallery! You and Jackie have once again shown your incredible talent with a camera. Would you be so kind as to describe the grooms’ kilt and accoutrements? Thanks, Derrick.

  2. I’m thrilled the happy couple gave you permission to share some of the photos. Congratulations to the happy couple and the skilled photographers. I’m a sucker for a military wedding (had one myself) and am also a huge fan of kilt wearers, particularly when coupled with a military tunic and medals. Total win in my book.

  3. A spectacular wedding album — I particularly like the bride’s dress and the link through the belt to the groom’s kilt! You two are such versatile photographers!

  4. So many beautiful photos! You two are great with cameras, congratulations to the bride and groom! β€οΈπŸ‡¬πŸ‡§

  5. One of the other things really like about the photos is the occasional glimpse of interesting small details, like the bride’s rings and tartan belt, from behind.

  6. I am not surprised at the vivacity and depth of the portraits and candids. You have done ample justice to the wedding assignment as well as your art.

  7. Fabulous wedding gallery, well done to you both. I hope you found time to enjoy the wedding.

    I’ve never been a football fan but became hooked on watching the games the lionesses played.
    There is something superior about the Lionesses and the crowds they draw in compared to the behaviour of male players and their rowdy fans.

  8. What beautiful photos of a beautiful day! Great job of photographing, Jackie and Derrick!
    I wish Karen and Barry much love, laughter, and life! πŸ™‚
    (((HUGS)))
    ❀️❀️
    PS…What are the doggie’s names? I saw the photo with the 4 names listed…Are they Owen and River? How wonderful for doggies to be at a wedding! πŸ™‚

  9. I’m glad the happy couple allowed you to share some of the photos. They are excellent, Derrick and Jackie. Wedding joy is contagious, even when you don’t know the couple. I love how the captures of tiny details like the bride’s belt.

    I’m glad all of you successful had your drinks at the end last night. 😏

  10. It looks like you and Jackie did an outstanding job in not only recording this happy event, but you showed the spirit of the day!! Bravo!

  11. So beautiful! You and Jackie are very talented. I feel quite privileged to be able to share what was clearly such a joyous occasion. Congratulations again to the happy couple!

  12. Oh, my goodness, what wonderful pictures full of so much love! You both shot some amazing moments and details. It looks like it was a glorious day. Thanks to the bride and groom for letting you share. xo

  13. The joy of the day has been beautifully captured by all the great photographs. May the happy couple continue to be happy ‘ever after.’ Thanks Derrick. Cheers.

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