Day 235 in Beijing: Love and Marriage…and Pedicabs.

First time I've done a wedding day photo.

First time I’ve done a wedding day photo.

Jill and I were walking around Melaka, Malaysia and noticed all the gorgeous pedicabs.

During the day, they are pretty to look at but, at night, they are a sight to behold!

As we started taking pictures, a camera crew and this couple walked up holding hands.

As you can see, he is wearing a very nice suit and she is wearing an immaculate hijab.

I doubt I’d want to wear one all the time, but I’ve found that the hijab seems to really compliments a person’s face and highlight the person’s eyes.

In the pictures, you can see how it truly focuses the viewers eyes towards the person’s face.

This may not be noticed by some but the hijab allows most women to have their own way of showing off and drawing attraction to themselves.

The colors, the designs and the jewels that are added to the hijab make them very personal and very descriptive of the person wearing them.

This was the only time we saw a woman in a hijab that was only orange.  Usually they are mixed and sometime they are even paisley.

They hopped into a pedicab and the crew started taking pictures.

I asked permission to take a couple and they agreed.

They told me they were just married and this is the photo shoot.

I think you can see in their eyes, and their smiles, how happy they are together.

Love is beautiful.

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