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May 23, 2012

Juxtaposition of the Day: The Modern Wedding

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Two weddings, two wedding pictures taken at inopportune moments. Given how far in advance the NATO Summit was scheduled, I have greater hopes for the tornado couple.

– Karen Hull

(Top photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images via Time Newsfeedcaption: Newly married couple Tim and Beth Alberts get caught-up in a protest in downtown Chicago on the eve of the NATO summit on May 19, 2012 in Chicago, Illinois. Bottom photo: Cate Eighmey Photography via NBC Today Showcaption: Kansas couple catches tornado in wedding photo. When Candra and Caleb walked down the aisle for the first time together as husband and wife, the bride, a Nebraska native, also saw her very first tornado, and the photographer snapped her first wedding twister.)

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