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Chinese Wedding Photos Hilariously Interrupted When Helicopter Almost Hits the Bride

    CM Leung, who is considered to be one of the world’s best wedding photographers, recently took a couple to shoot some wedding photos in the beautiful country of Iceland.

    What they didn’t expect, however, was that their shoot would have a windy encounter with a helicopter — the results make for some hilarious wedding bloopers.

    During a shoot with some mountainous terrain, Leung was taking pictures of the bride when a helicopter quickly approached. The Icelandic Coast Guard was nearby rescuing someone when their helicopter seemingly flew dangerously close to the bride.

    While only the camera angle makes the chopper seem close, the wind from the propellers nearly blew the bride away and knocked down camera equipment:

    Rescue personnel returned to make sure the people on the ground were safe. Hopefully they got that picture perfect moment they were looking for.

    h/t: BoredPanda

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