In a local pub, before the ceremony two ushers are getting ready with the help of their relatives.
About the picture:
When I framed the photograph above, the groom and the ushers were there for about 10 minutes. In the local Pub, food had just been ordered and everyone was getting ready before lunch and then the ceremony. A very few people were there but I was already wandering the cosy venue looking to capture some interesting moments. When I saw the one above, I instantly looked through my viewfinder and pressed the shutter button. The symmetrical gesture of both ladies attaching a rose to the ushers’s jacket was just too good to be missed. In an opportunity like this one, it is very important to be quick, as it could last just a few seconds. Also anticipating the composition even before looking through the viewfinder can sometimes really help to not miss the moment.