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Family & Relationships Couple Takes Wedding Photos in Front of Raging Wildfire, Go Viral

01:24  13 june  2018
01:24  13 june  2018 Source:   bestlifeonline.com

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At sunset, they had a couple of romantic photos taken of themselves embracing as the smoke from the fire billowed behind them like tangerine clouds. As they went viral online, many social media users complained that it was insensitive to use a natural disaster as the backdrop to a wedding photo .

A bride and groom in Durango, Colorado had to change their wedding plans amid a raging wildfire , and they got A bride and groom in Durango, Colorado, took wild wedding photos -- posing in front of the 416 wildfire . The couple quickly found a backup plan. At the last minute, they moved their

a man standing in front of a mountain © Provided by Best Life Evacuation orders are in effect in southwestern Colorado, where a wildfire is raging in the San Juan National Forest. The latest reports on the 416 fire, as it is being called, say that the blaze is estimated to be about  23,378 acres in size, and, thanks to the work of over 900 firefighters, 15 percent of it has been contained. As of now, no one has been injured, and no homes have been lost, but the evacuation of residents of over 2,000 homes, as well as the devastation of an ongoing crisis, is of great national concern.

On Saturday, Sara and Michael Kramer of Fort Collins, Colorado, were set to get married at a wedding venue in the San Juan National Forest, but the location had to be moved to a relative’s property due to the disaster.

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This couple took their wedding photos in front of a giant erupting volcano — and the result is spectacular. On Thursday, photographer Franklyn Nebreja shared one of the wedding photos on Facebook, and it went viral with over 31,000 shares less than one day later.

Would you dare to go near a huge wildfire to get the most amazing shot on your wedding day? The first photo that was published by the photographer was actually taken with an Iphone. The smoke of the fire can be seen in the background of the wedding ceremony, changing the serene scene into a

At sunset, they had a couple of romantic photos taken of themselves embracing as the smoke from the fire billowed behind them like tangerine clouds. The photos, taken by photographer Alexi Hubbell, are visually stunning.

As they went viral online, many social media users complained that it was insensitive to use a natural disaster as the backdrop to a wedding photo. But they were appeased by the captions to the photos.

Hubbell wrote that the images were “not meant to glorify the situation here in Durango or minimize the impact it is having on our town and the economy or what the families that have been evacuated are going through. We fully understand everyone’s pain. We are in this together!’ He also shared the address for the Community Foundation Serving Southwest Colorado for their Community Emergency Relief Fund, where people can send donations, and thanked the “fire fighters on the ground trying to contain this thing!”

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While that happened, wedding photographer Josh Newton sneaked away with the couple to take some incredible photos , with the wildfire raging in the background. Newton uploaded one photo to Facebook, and it has since gone viral – as of Monday morning, it has garnered over 5

An Oregon couple nearly had to put their wedding on hold when a Bend wildfire interrupted their ceremony. The bride, April Wolber, said the “To get to that final minute before it was going to happen and have everything feel like it was going to fall apart. It was a pretty crazy reality to be in,” Michael

I want to give a huge thank you to the fire fighters on the ground trying to contain this thing! Sara and Michael were supposed to be married at Cascade Village but had to change venues to a family home on CR 250 at the last minute. I know the crews out there are working extremely hard to protect this valley and the homes in it, including the one we were at last night. From all of us at Alexi Hubbell Photography and the entire Carver, Kramer, and McLaughlin families, thank you for your service! Note: this photo is not meant to glorify the situation here in Durango or minimize the impact it is having on our town and the economy or what the families that have been evacuated are going through. We fully understand everyone’s pain. We are in this together! Please spread the word that Durango and Silverton depend on tourist dollars in the summertime to survive. Those downtowns are not threatened by the fire and need your business! Monetary donations are being accepted by the Community Foundation Serving Southwest Colorado for their Community Emergency Relief Fund. Checks can be mailed to the Community Foundation Serving Southwest Colorado; P.O. Box 1673; Durango, CO 81302.By PayPal or credit card at the foundation’s website. Please see the @durango_herald for more information on how you can support firefighters and evacuees. #416fire

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Although Colorado's 416 wildfire forced this couple to relocate their wedding , it sure made for some stunning wedding photos . In her ABC 7 interview, the couple 's wedding photographer added, "I hope that anytime they have a struggle in their relationship, they go ahead and look at that photo in

Wedding preparations went smoothly for Oregon couple April and Michael Wolber, and once their wedding day arrived, it seemed that everything The photographs their wedding photographer, Josh Newton, snapped of the couple with a raging wildfire in the background are exquisitely timeless.

A post shared by Alexi Hubbell (@alexihubbellphotography) on Jun 10, 2018 at 9:17am PDT

Sara Kramer shared another gorgeous wedding photo, along with the address where people could send money to help communities affected by the wildfire.

“We are in absolute awe of our friends, family, photographer, and vendors who made this incredible wedding come to life,” she also wrote. “The 416 fire forced us to change venues last minute and it was a little hectic. Thank you to the firefighters working hard to keep the Durango community safe, we are so grateful. What an unbelievable weekend.”

We are in absolute awe of our friends, family, photographer, and vendors who made this incredible wedding come to life. The 416 fire forced us to change venues last minute and it was a little hectic. Thank you to the firefighters working hard to keep the Durango community safe, we are so grateful. What an unbelievable weekend. Please consider donating to the community! Monetary donations are being accepted by the Community Foundation Serving Southwest Colorado for their Community Emergency Relief Fund. Checks can be mailed to the Community Foundation Serving Southwest Colorado; P.O. Box 1673; Durango, CO 81302.By PayPal or credit card at the foundation’s website. Please see the @durango_herald for more information on how you can support firefighters and evacuees. Durango and Silverton are incredible places to visit and are still open for business! Our guests came from around the country for our wedding and had fun rafting the Animas River, hiking, enjoying delicious food from the many restaurants in town, biking to breweries, exploring down town shops, and staying in some unique historic hotels. Support these communities in need! @alexihubbellphotography #durango #416fire #durangowedding #silverton

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Everything went fine on their wedding day, but the resulting photos were bad — "Like The album is cringeworthy, with photos that capture the couple — and their guests — at their most awkward. "Nothing is going to take away the fact that our wedding photos by this dude are pretty much ruined

Wildfire Wedding Photos . "I have never in 10 years photographed anything like it," Newton told HuffPost Weddings . "It all felt very surreal, somewhat scary. MORE: Two Bulls Wildfire Wedding Photos Fire Wedding Photos Breathtaking Wedding Photos Wildfire Wedding Photos .

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No doubt thanks to the sensitive way they handled things, the photos are now being hailed on Twitter as an example of people making the best out of a bad situation.

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