Our kitchen window overlooks the main street in our village and whilst we were washing up after lunch we heard the clip clop of horses - a marvellous carriage pulled by two sleek horses rolled by carrying a bride! Too late to get the camera so I rode my own steed (Supatrike) along to the church. The church doors were left open (it was very hot) and I managed to take this picture of our church warden during the service. I sat outside on a tombstone with some of the other locals - the lovely flowers (see some above the church door) were arranged by a friend of mine.
As the church bells began to ring the horses and carriage arrived outside the church, having waited in a nearby field.
The horses were very patient and stood quite still for over 40 minutes whilst the photographers fussed around.
Eventually the bride and groom settled in the carriage and were off to their reception - I should think about 40 minutes trotting for the horses. I do hope they had a good time. Both the bride and groom and the horses of course!