I started this wedding shoot by hiking up 5 miles to Glacier Point lookout. This is my kind of crowd! Charlie stood over the void staring at half dome. My little helper made it possible to get a good shot of everyone by saying "Cheeze". Over and over and over.
The groomsmen acting as "secret service" in the boulders made the passerby tourists walk in a opposite direction. (Carlos can be serious too).
During the first look, when I suggested for him to spin the bride to be, he really did it. Kenda's body flew parallel to the ground for 5, 10 then 20 rounds. When I got them to stop, both bride and groom needed to be held up so that they don't fall on the ground from the viscous head-spin.
We ended up in the river, knee deep. Shoutout to Toms Shoes - what a beautiful and practical choice for a outdoor wedding! And they help improve lives all around the world!
The wishes came in various forms, but the song was the highlight. "Just call on me, I'll come running like a coyote" sung by Charlie's sister and his little adorable niece - made all eyes in the audience teary.
All ended with quite a display of dance moves by Kenda's father and the 95 year old family member.
Oh, and the answer is: Carlos CAN Tango!!!