Tuesday, 1 September 2009

Theme Day - A big family celebration


Perched on a table-top tucked in behind the sound system, the ivory-coloured i-pod belted out tunes from the ‘70s to the ‘00s as the increasingly raucous crowd owned the dance-floor. Making like a worm, the groom shirt-fronted the burnished boards in his thin soft grey pinstripes with pink accessories, whilst the bride blamed it all on the boogie. The hot couple in purple and black continue to confound the sceptics, defining the air with their moves and their passionate intensity.

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12 comments:

brattcat said...

Oh, yeah, Julie, you've got us there, feeling the heat from dancing hard, smelling the scents of several guests, hearing the laughter and the clink of silverware, tasting the rich satisfying dishes served up to the crowd. Hope the union is blessed with joy, health, hope they always keep the dialogue going. Thanks for bringing us to the wedding.

Lois said...

What a lovely Theme Day post Julie! Great job!

Ann said...

Terrific collage. Those red shoes are brilliant. The pile of shoes on the floor really gives a sense of atmosphere.

Fiona said...

Wonderful Julie. I was looking forward to your theme post, and this doesn't disappoint. I'm with whoever wants those gorgeous red shoes.

Joan Elizabeth said...

As always an interesting take on the theme ... and unusual wedding photos.

Luis Gomez said...

Fantastic! Love the images.

Jilly said...

What a lovely way to talk about big. Beautiful photos of a BIG occasion. Love that fallen shoe!

Vogon Poet said...

Shoes, feet and two pair of hands, original 'big' theme shown in a lovely and fascinating way. Really a beautiful post!

cara said...

I love the shoe pics - they say so much! Nice take on the theme. But you've left me wondering what that hot couple in purple and black looked like.

Julie said...

I will see what I can do on Strangers, Cara.

raf said...

Ah, perfection for the theme post, Julie! If you want to see how to do things up right, go to Julie's place, I say. Have missed your work this summer.

JM said...

Wonderful interpretation, Julie!