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Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Dukhnt

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My good friend Dukhnt was married last night. I just wanted to say again, Congratulations!

Here's a couple snapshots I took. They had a professional photog and I tried to stay out her way. I did have nicer equipment than hers, so that made my day. grin

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Congratulations! I hope we don't hear from him for a week or so.

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Congrats, dukhnt. In about 1 month, the ball and chain will go on. wink Seriously, best wishes to both of you.

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Yeah, he was told that he was out-punting his coverage when he hooked up with her. laugh They were a good looking couple.

She is just starting out, this was her first wedding. She was shooting a Canon Rebel XT and a Tamron 70-300mm and Canon EX430 flash. She said she's going to upgrade to the 50D after the new year. I mentioned that you guys are all in love with it.

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Thanks for the congrats everyone. Very nice pics Mike.

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Congrats Mr and Mrs Dukhnt. You two make a great looking couple and the big question is when is she going to post some of her work grin

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