A California couple have broken the internet after they decided to tie the knot on Mount Everest.
Photographer Charleton Churchill, who specializes in adventure wedding photography, said he had been wanting to capture a wedding on the site of the world’s tallest mountain, at 29,029 feet, since 2011.
He had originally planned to do this with another couple in 2015, but while they were on the mountain, the 7.8 magnitude Nepal earthquake struck and halted the nuptials. He told TODAY Style:
This 2017 wedding was my second chance to get a couple on the mountain and be the first wedding photographer to shoot a wedding at base camp with the first couple to wear a wedding dress and tux.
In March, he headed to Mount Everest with the bride and groom, Ashley Schmieder and James Sissom. The conditions behind the scenes were a little less than desirable, but that didn’t stop the pictures from coming out beautifully.