I was a little apprehensive for Alvin and Keshnee’s wedding on Saturday as there were some worrying time constraints as the planned times only allowed for a photoshoot of about 15 minutes if we were lucky. I just thought that I would have to just take whatever happened and just be extra fast and decisive(sounds like a spy movie or something). The major worry for Alvin and Keshnee was that they had to be on time for the reception no matter what happened. To start the day off I injured my back at home doing gardening with the kids(I can hear the laughter from here) so that wasn’t a good start especially when I knew I would be running around like a chicken with no head. Keshnee changed her venue for getting ready from down the road from me to The Square at Umhlanga which was a great idea as it had some really groovy backdrops for the pre-shoot. I left early to get to the church where Alvin had just arrived and managed to get some pics of him and his groomsmen. Luck was on our side as the service was quite short and we managed to get through the congrats quite quickly which therefor gave us a little while longer for the bridal shoot. We used the City Hall as it was nearby but the main entrance was under construction so we used one of the other staircases along with the nearby surroundings. Using the city along with all the pedestrians and cars works really well and I wish we used it more often. Dodging the cars in Smith Street was a lot of fun, for me anyway as I could see when the bridal party started running and then I could do the same. We moved onto the harbour for a few minutes after that for a different background and had to get the railway tracks in one of the pics for Keshnee as that was her ideal setting. After rushing around again we flew off to the reception at Elarish on the Bluff. It is a beautiful venue with quite a few inspiring settings to use for photographs. Alvin and Keshnee were exhausted towards the end of the reception and eventually were quite happy for me to say that I was finished. Alvin called me an Energiser Bunny which made me laugh and Keshnee was convinced that I was a daredevil after all the “happenings” during the day. I really enjoyed Alvin and Keshnee’s company on the day and wish them all the success for the future.