I'm still very moved about this event that I shot yesterday evening. These pics are right out of my first edit in LR so there's still a lot of work left to do but I had to share them. Small wedding at the home. The bride and her three wonderful sons. emotional bride. Lovely bride Typical decorations. Typical entrance shot Bride looks at her new husband The husband. He suffers from Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, otherwise know as Lou Gerhrig's disease. He's in the final stages of the disease. She's been taking care of him for the last 3-4 years and he's on a ventilator. He cannot move a muscle except for his eyes. However, I swear he smiled when he saw his bride. I'd smile too if I saw her dancing her wild salsa moves for me! And if my new bride was about to give me my first toast. Time for some toasts and prayers from the family Her oldest son from a previous marriage gave the most moving speech I've ever heard. And of course there wasn't a dry eye in the place. the communication was incredible between the couple His initials spelled out in strawberries. The really wonderful/sad thing is that they were suppose to get married in a few weeks in Miami. He wanted to move it up and get married now. I was contacted a week ago to shoot the wedding. I think he knows that his time is near. This is the most remarkable couple I've ever met. I'm humbled and honored to have shot their wedding.