“In the practice of tolerance, one’s enemy is the best teacher.” ~ Dalai Lama
For most brides, the most important picture of the entire wedding is the kiss. At least that used to be the case. I never understood why. I look at wedding photos and I can easily find a hundred other images more compelling than “the kiss.” I doubt that comes as a surprise to anyone. Today’s trend is to do a lot more kissing photos after the ceremony. Still, they’re not “the kiss.” I’m lucky I caught Connor and Corinne’s kiss because I had the worst lens, as I’ve said before, and it’s uncool to impede the official photographer, which I really wanted to do but good manners wouldn’t allow it. Even if I had missed “the kiss,” it was really the walk down the aisle as husband and wife that capped it for me. Could a couple look any happier? Well done, C-squared. Well done indeed.