The latest trend in wedding photography you ask?!
Trashing the wedding dress after the wedding, of course!
As seen in People Magazine, there is a complete site to “Trashing the Dress” click here to see it
About two miles from the center of Panama City are found the ruins of the first capital, known as Old Panama or Panama La Vieja, founded in 1519. Fragments of walls and arches stand in an open park, recalling the splendor of the Spaniard’s first settlement on the Pacific Ocean. From here, expeditions were mounted to conquer the Inca Empire of South America. All of the wealth from Peru, Chile and California flowed to Spain through Old Panama Not surprisingly, the enormous quantities of gold attracted pirates like sharks to Panama’s waters. When Henry Morgan looted the city in 1671, Panama’s governor ordered the powder magazine burned and the whole city went up in flames. The capital was moved two miles to the west, and present-day Panama City was founded in 1673.
Since Mary Ellen got married in Canada and not Panama like they had thought – I LOVED the idea of going here to take some photos.