Well not exactly, but it was the best pun I could think of in the context of a 7 foot veil blowing and billowing in the wind.
Yesterday I had the great priviledge of photographing Roisin and James at their wedding in Port Glasgow. With the help of my assistant, Stuart, we attended the ceremony at St John's Church with a small wedding party, had a 3 hour break while they went for a meal and then returned in the evening for the big reception. No two weddings are the same, but this break was an unusual one. It did give Stuart and I a chance to pick out photos for the evening slideshow and gave us time to set up a studio in the Provost's room at the Port Glasgow Town Hall.
Here's Stuart's capture of us all crossing the road back from the Comet, with Roisin and James and Roisin's brother, Sean, holding the train in check.
The guests at the evening reception were able to see the slideshow we'd prepared up on a big screen, but I also had it running on my laptop when the bridal party arrived. It made for an unusual group pose, to say the least.
The boxing Quigleys and their coaches in our temporary studio.
And that fantastic veil.