2000 Weddings but no funerals!

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Author House, Nov 14, 2011 - Family & Relationships - 228 pages
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The anecdotes portrayed in this publication are the outcome of many years of dedicated service to the photographic industry, in particular the wedding sector.

Some stories will tease the mind but they are all of a very true nature, some going back many years going back only a few. The names have been changed to protect the Guilty. The stories have not.

This book is a vivid recollection of the strange and often bizzare things that have happened over the years, some believable and some very hard to swallow but nonetheless true.

A few fascinating facts have been thrown in along the way to interest and amuse you.

'Quotes by the famous' 'Bet you didn't know' and 'Snapshots' including 'Funnybits' and 'Trivia'.

Also information about matrimony that you probably didn't know featuring various traditions and cultures from around the world.

Now sit back and enjoy the experience that has taken over forty years to achieve.


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In the beginning
Cameras used up to date
Wedding Cars
History of the wedding
Famous Quotations
The Wedding Cake
Customs and traditions around the world

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Les Stubbs. Les Stubbs was born in Cottingham, nr. Hull in the East Riding of Yorkshire in 1950. He grew up in Anlaby on the outskirts of Hull and was schooled locally. He studied Interior and Exhibition Design at Hull Art College in the mid sixties and became very interested in photography, a great springboard for the creation of first class and interesting pictures.Early in 1971 he started working for Marshall Studios in Hull who were Commercial, Industrial and Wedding and Social specialists. This was where he quickly learnt all the basics with a lot of help from Jim Marshall himself. He was quickly plunged in at the deep end photographing the first of over two thousand weddings to date. The very first at St. James Church, Sutton, Nr. Hull in April of that same year. Benjamin J. West Benjamin J. West was born in Hull, in the East Riding of Yorkshire in November 1948. He has lived all his life in Hull working primarily in the print trade. He started writing rather late on in life but now manages to live the dream. His first publication was part one of a trilogy, 'The Eight of Spades: A Law unto Themselves'part two is nearing completion. He also writes under the name of Mister Whitehead having published 'Weird and Wonderful Yarns. 'More Weird and Wonderful Yarns' has now been completed and he is working on 'Even more Weird and Wonderful Yarns'

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