weekly photo challenge: merge

after last week’s photo challenge, i thought we could all do with something more… cheerful.

and have i ever got the most fanbloodytastic photo for this week’s subject, merge (even if i do say so myself)?!
this photo depicts the marriage of two of my favourite people. the bride is of indian heritage and the groom is white english. the hindu ceremony took place in what used to be a church, now converted for ceremonies and banquets. the result is a wonderful east meets west vibe. what venue could have been a more fitting place to host this merging of families and cultures?

merged. 

take a gander on over to the daily post to see other submissions.

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This entry was published on 17 August, 2012 at 8:38 pm. It’s filed under life happens, marriage, photography, smile, weekly photo challenges and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

11 thoughts on “weekly photo challenge: merge

  1. ganpati bapa moriya .
    really a great picture 🙂

  2. Pingback: Weekly Photo Challenge: Merge, Wrong & Purple | Tay in Europe

  3. Lovely selection for this challenge!

  4. I love Ganesha and have a statue of him in my garden… Nice touch for the photo challenge! 😉

  5. Hahahhah! Thanks for following man! Just checked out your home page, the photos look great!! Cool stuff!

  6. Ahah! I see you’ve gotta pic of the Hindu god Ganesha. He’s so cute! You might find my post on the Cosmic Dance by Shiva, the destroyer, interesting…Check it out: http://equatorastronomy.wordpress.com/ Would love to hear your thoughts!

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