These Wedding Photos in an Alaskan Ice Cave Are Gorgeous

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A wedding in Juneau, Alaska, kind of calls for an ice cave wedding photo, right? Photographer Chris Beck, bride Sarah Morin and groom Torsten Ernst bravely ventured into Juneau’s Mendenhall Glacier ice cave to get breathtaking photos after their May 24 nuptials.

“Taking a picture requires more then pressing a button,” Chris wrote on his Facebook. “It’s about telling a story. Sarah and Torsten have been good friends over the years, and their relationship is all about Juneau. As avid outdoors people, what could be more symbolic then a photo shoot of a bride in an ice cave? To get there, we had to kayak out, and climb the side of a mountain. But it was worth every second.”

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