The wedding party assembles in front of a popular downtown wine bar, 5 Walnut. The guys check their suits for lint and adjust their cufflinks. The girls take a rest from wearing their heels. Some look to see, where is the bride?
And on the wall behind them all, a quote from John Cage, the influential 20th century American composer, who staged the first 'happening' in the US -- "To accept whatever comes, regardless of the consequences, is to be unafraid." Intriguing advice for a wedding day!
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Pietrow (304) 2013-09-09 6:56
Nice observation :) I like the colors of ladies dres.
And second plan - beeing observed.
colibriav (2152) 2013-09-09 8:02
Bonita imagen, curioso el detalle de la dama con los zapatos de la mano, muy lindos pero no seran comodos.
Pasa en todo el mundo, al final descalza.
Un saludo desde Espaņa:
holmertz (37145) 2013-09-09 11:18
This is a fine and well timed street shot with lots of faces and getsures to watch. The quote from John Cage is an interesting and unexpected feature. I am surprised by the dress-code. I thought it was the nightmare for most women to come to a party and seeing someone else with the same kind of dress. Here they all seem to wear identical dresses. How great it would have been if one of the guys had been checking his zipper at this moment. But you can't have it all.
krzychu30 (15332) 2013-09-10 10:45
Great capture Kristin!
Not only because itīs unique and rather unusual to find so many brides and grooms at one place.I like it also because you captured excellently so many different emotions and feelings accompanying the persons in the shot.
And finally the the building and the inscription,which provide us really magnificent and quite intriguing(becuase of the phrase on the wall) backdrop for the scene.
Well seen and executed!