The newly married couple kiss to seal their vows.
The young boy in the photo is Dylan's son Damion from a previous relationship he was the ring bearer for his Dad.
After we had ran all around our old holiday home checking out all the changes made since we owned it, we boarded the Oddessy again and headed to Lockmara Lodge where the bride and groom got off and had photos taken. While there the Bride decided to be playful and adventurous and have a swing or slide on the flying fox. Now a flying fox is a wire stretched between two points for transporting goods or people from one point to the other, you hold on to a small handle conected to the wire by runners, with both hands. This flying fox was a childs toy not meant to carry much weight. Rebbeca swang out from the rocky outcrop way out over the sea towards the other side of the bay, and got stuck halfway across, couldn't go forward or back so was left dangling over the quite deep sea! Her new Husband, remembering his vow to protect and save from all harm vows, very gallently raced up the cliff to the top of the rocky out crop and hand pulled her back to his side, but she crashed several times into the rocky side of the cliff and had to 'walk' up the side as Dylan pulled her, getting her snowy white gown rather muddy. Still we were all watching and expected her to have to swim, we thought she got off fairly well considering. What a pity I didn't get a photo of that!
I did take a sunset photo as we returned to Picton. The sky just turned all lemony and gold.
There was also a wonderful reception held in the best Hotel in Picton called The Yacht Club.
We had taken our caravan to picton so we didn't have to drive home and so were able to really enjoy ourselves at the evening party.