On January 12, the Taal volcano near the capital Manila, Philippines unexpectedly operated “mist” when spraying a pillar of smoke up to 15km high, causing many people to fall into a state of panic. can find details at this paragraph). However, about 20km from the scene, a couple ignored this natural disaster and still casually conducted their wedding. In the risk of luck, the ceremony took place extremely well, with no damage to people, and the bride and groom get an extremely unique wedding photo set.
According to CNA, this is the wedding of the couple Chino Vaflor and Kat Palomar, conducted at about 2 pm on 12/1 at Savanna Farm, in the town of Alfonso. Although they saw an unusual column of dust rising from afar, the two decided to proceed with the original wedding plan and urged photographer Randolf Evan to quickly record memorable moments. this.
The unique wedding took place right when the Taal volcano erupted up to 15km high smoke column.
Recalling the practice right next to a volcano fluttering, photographer Randolf said: “We do not think the mountain will really erupt, so we risk continuing the ceremony. However, to be sure, I still asked my colleagues to pay attention and control the situation, constantly updating the forecast in the media to have a timely evacuation plan.”.
Although it is true that Taal Mountain does not really explode, erupting lava, but just the high smoke column of the sky is enough to make people shiver. In the photos that Randolf shared on his personal Facebook, one could see that the darker the evening, the more dense the smoke became, covering a whole corner of the sky. There are even times when this photographer captures the moment when lightning flashes against a gray sky. If not due to the impact of volcanoes, many people still think this is the result of photoshop.
No need to photoshop, this wedding photo is still enough to “storm” literally and figuratively.
The darker the situation, the worse the situation becomes, but the wedding photos also become more special.
Thinking positively and daydreaming means the wedding picture has this meaning: As long as two happy couples are together, no storm can do anything.
Besides, Randolf also said that he thought the ceremony would take place safely and completely because Savanna Farm is located on a relatively high ground, less affected by volcanic activities. However, when the ashes became thick and began pouring down like rain (rather than mud), the wedding was halted to ensure the safety of the bride and groom, as well as all the guests. projected.
But in the end, Palomar and Vaflor still exchanged wedding rings and officially returned to the same house in front of the whole family, friends, and Taal volcano. Randolf said:The two of them have been in love for 8 years and already have two adorable children. Therefore, we understood what this wedding meant for them, and tried to overcome the natural disaster to make the ceremony complete. Honestly, even for guests like us, this is definitely a unique, unforgettable wedding.”.
Expecting this wedding has been 8 years, a little volcanic ash can not make it difficult for the bride and groom.
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