Ongoing History: Wedding Photos

A man and a woman decked out in traditional wedding regalia and big smiles trotted out of the Heinz Chapel on Sunday afternoon. They walked up Bellefield Street in the cold, followed by a five men in tuxedos, and around half past four could be seen outside the Mellon Institute, standing on the double yellow line dividing Fifth Avenue, the groom bending the bride backward in an epic kiss while the five men in tuxedos snapped pictures and the cars at the intersection just beyond them waited for the lights to change.

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One Response to Ongoing History: Wedding Photos

  1. BB says:

    where’s the photo?

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