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Happy 4th July!

4th of July, to all Americans signifies their Independence Day. But to da missus and I, its the date we tied the knot. Looking through our wedding album, I can't help but think what the album would've looked like had we tied the knot at the present moment, with the prevalence of photojournalistic style and such wonderfully creative photogs in the market :)

Happy Anniversary Cinta... I Love You Ooodles and Oooodles...

Relevant posts:

Masa.. ditaja oleh TAG Heuer
Tribute to the woman I love
Happy Birthday Cinta

Comments

Danura said…
Happy anniversary to you and jeeds! Gosh she looks so different in the pic!
SoulJah said…
Nice lighting... Flip it kah?

Haha happy anniversary chief.
Reza Faizal said…
happy anniversary dude....
Bulimic said…
happy annv you lovely couple! yeah i imagine too if it was done today, i think it'll be fun cause we'll definately cover you on the food and wedding blog too! hehehe...
RJ63 said…
Congratulations on your Anniversary dude!Apa kah rahsia anda mengekalkan keharmonian di dalam rumah tangga?hahaha j/k!
Maurina said…
Happy Anniversary from Turquoise and Roses! :D
anakbrunei said…
Thank you very much for your wishes.

Mr & Mrs AB
KantaLensa said…
Happy Wedding Anniversary Mr & Mrs AB.
ber said…
Happy Anniversary u 2...
Juan Pablo said…
hahaaa..lovely pic of lovely couple. Congrats bro on your anniversary..Wish more to come and bahagia hingga ke anak cucu..hehehe...

p/s Why r u grinning wide? Kawin kali ahhh... ahhahaa
Vixennova said…
Happy Anniversary to the lovely couple.

Its a blessing to have beautiful friends like you both :)
metallichick said…
Happy Anniversary :) May both of you have eternal happiness :)
Foodie Tales said…
Happy anniversary to a lovely couple. E.
Tina said…
Nearly three hours after the day, but in another timezone, it's still 4th! Happy anniversary! :D
Nudge said…
Happy Anniversaryyy!!!! LAWAAAA gambar ah!!!
- m o g L i e - said…
that grin looks obnoxious really ... ha.ha... happy anniversary brada ...

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