Tuesday, October 2, 2012

L is for laughing all the way to the limousine


My first time to see a stretch limo in Israel!
You can see the laughing bride and groom and their (official) photographer walking up to it.

Apparently the old and quaint  Mishkenot Sheananim (built in 1860, the first Jewish neighborhood outside the walled Old City of Jerusalem) is a favorite place to pose for wedding photos.
And our picturesque, recently renewed windmill is right there too. 

The bride is radiant in the late afternoon sun.
Mazal tov to the young couple!


Ann said...

I think this would be a rare occurrence, what a beautiful backdrop

Anonymous said...

Always a safe step ahead for them. Wonderful you caught them upon that stairs.

Please have a good Wednesday.

mrsnesbitt said...

Loved this - memories flooded back!
Denise ABC Team

Roger Owen Green said...

LOVE is all around!

ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Rob Mandy said...

Happy days!

Hilda said...

I pray they have a long and beautiful life together.

'Tsuki said...

I really don't enjoy this kind of car. but that must have been a blessing day for them.

Karl Demetz said...

A special day!

VP said...

Those cars are simply ridiculous, but we can forgive bride and groom just because is their great day!

ChrisJ said...

What a beautiful wedding in such a beautiful location.

Chubskulit Rose said...

Such a happy moment and lovely bride!

Catching up with ABC. Got busy the past couple of days and just now have the time to visit entries.

Leaping Chipmunk
Rose, ABC Wednesday Team

Mama Pajama said...

ah, the windmill! I had forgotten about it, but now that you mention...I think my brother and his wife posed for wedding pictures there, too!

Reader Wil said...

Mazzel tov to the newlyweds! The wedding took place on a beautiful day so to see!
Lovely photos, Dina!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Such a happy day, you caught their mood beautifully Dina, the light is lovely in these shots.
P.s. yes we've been having sculptures by the sea at Cottesloe for many years now,the entries get more mad more inventive each year, it's great.

Kay said...

This is such a happy photo, Dina. It is full of hope and happiness for the future.