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Weddings: W&H

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Some people are just instantly likeable. Some people are just as easily photographable. That is what makes wedding photography special – synergy of creative to subject, event to moment, and the serendipity of meeting really cool people, in really intimate settings.

Herewith some images from W & H’s wedding at Stellenrust, Stellenbosch. Rain stayed away just long enough for us to have a great outdoors wedding, and a grand old time shooting in the vineyard. Enjoy.

 

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