Wedding in Rome
Wedding photographs in Rome I would like to tell you today about a long journey that took me to make a wedding to Tokyo via Rome and Beijing with my friend and brother Jacques Matéos Wedding photographer in Vincennes who Gave me the immense pleasure of accepting my invitation to accompany me on these distant events. Our first stop was for Rome, where after a long, long day of discovery in an endless walk along the Tiber and the main sites and monuments of the Italian capital, we found Christina and Manuel for a morning session. The temperature was very high from the first hours of the morning in this season, which was usually rather cool, having forced us to anticipate the dawn. The Colosseum, the palace of Victor Emmanuel, the Vatican, and the Trevi fountain on the principal halts of this long session. Here are some pictures: I shall begin with this one, which is my favorite. It deserves a few comments. Everywhere in the world when I walk with a couple in a bridal outfit, people stop, smile, challenge us, and most often congratulates the newlyweds with simplicity. But at the Trevi fountain where all day 24 hours a day hundreds or even thousands of people flock from the whole world to throw a few piecettes in the water of the fountain, nobody I say nobody had the slightest sympathy, The slightest glance, the slightest curiosity towards Cristina and Manuel. That's why I titled this image: Only in the world.
This small pelle-mêle starts with two pictures of the friend Jacques during our marathon of spotting and one deserves a comment: I know that it is not your case but it could be painful to sit on religion my Jacques !!