PHOTOS Couple take wedding photos as coronavirus epidemic wanes in Wuhan

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Couple take wedding photos as coronavirus epidemic wanes in Wuhan

Xinhua

17:54, April 13, 2020

Luo Jian (R front) and Cheng Yishuang pose for wedding photos at Jiangtan Park in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, April 12, 2020. Luo Jian and Cheng Yishuang had planned to take wedding photos and hold wedding ceremony in Wuhan after the Spring Festival, which fell on Jan. 25 this year, but the plan was unexpectedly interrupted by the COVID-19 epidemic. As the coronavirus epidemic waned, Wuhan has resumed marriage registration service for citizens since April 3. Related industries such as dress rental and wedding photography also began to resume. After knowing that a wedding photography studio in Wuhan was going back to work, Luo Jian and Cheng Yishuang immediately made an appointment for the second day of the reopening. (Photos: Xinhua)

Luo Jian (R) and Cheng Yishuang pose for wedding photos at Jiangtan Park in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, April 12, 2020. Luo Jian and Cheng Yishuang had planned to take wedding photos and hold wedding ceremony in Wuhan after the Spring Festival, which fell on Jan. 25 this year, but the plan was unexpectedly interrupted by the COVID-19 epidemic. As the coronavirus epidemic waned, Wuhan has resumed marriage registration service for citizens since April 3. Related industries such as dress rental and wedding photography also began to resume. After knowing that a wedding photography studio in Wuhan was going back to work, Luo Jian and Cheng Yishuang immediately made an appointment for the second day of the reopening.

Luo Jian and Cheng Yishuang return to the photography studio in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, April 12, 2020. Luo Jian and Cheng Yishuang had planned to take wedding photos and hold wedding ceremony in Wuhan after the Spring Festival, which fell on Jan. 25 this year, but the plan was unexpectedly interrupted by the COVID-19 epidemic. As the coronavirus epidemic waned, Wuhan has resumed marriage registration service for citizens since April 3. Related industries such as dress rental and wedding photography also began to resume. After knowing that a wedding photography studio in Wuhan was going back to work, Luo Jian and Cheng Yishuang immediately made an appointment for the second day of the reopening.

Cheng Yishuang (3rd L) puts on a mask and prepares to return to the photography studio at Jiangtan Park in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, April 12, 2020. Luo Jian and Cheng Yishuang had planned to take wedding photos and hold wedding ceremony in Wuhan after the Spring Festival, which fell on Jan. 25 this year, but the plan was unexpectedly interrupted by the COVID-19 epidemic. As the coronavirus epidemic waned, Wuhan has resumed marriage registration service for citizens since April 3. Related industries such as dress rental and wedding photography also began to resume. After knowing that a wedding photography studio in Wuhan was going back to work, Luo Jian and Cheng Yishuang immediately made an appointment for the second day of the reopening.

Luo Jian and Cheng Yishuang (L) pose for wedding photos on the bank of the Yangtze River in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, April 12, 2020. Luo Jian and Cheng Yishuang had planned to take wedding photos and hold wedding ceremony in Wuhan after the Spring Festival, which fell on Jan. 25 this year, but the plan was unexpectedly interrupted by the COVID-19 epidemic. As the coronavirus epidemic waned, Wuhan has resumed marriage registration service for citizens since April 3. Related industries such as dress rental and wedding photography also began to resume. After knowing that a wedding photography studio in Wuhan was going back to work, Luo Jian and Cheng Yishuang immediately made an appointment for the second day of the reopening.

Luo Jian (2nd L) and Cheng Yishuang pose for wedding photos at a photography studio in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, April 12, 2020. Luo Jian and Cheng Yishuang had planned to take wedding photos and hold wedding ceremony in Wuhan after the Spring Festival, which fell on Jan. 25 this year, but the plan was unexpectedly interrupted by the COVID-19 epidemic. As the coronavirus epidemic waned, Wuhan has resumed marriage registration service for citizens since April 3. Related industries such as dress rental and wedding photography also began to resume. After knowing that a wedding photography studio in Wuhan was going back to work, Luo Jian and Cheng Yishuang immediately made an appointment for the second day of the reopening.

Luo Jian and Cheng Yishuang pose for wedding photos on the bank of the Yangtze River in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, April 12, 2020. Luo Jian and Cheng Yishuang had planned to take wedding photos and hold wedding ceremony in Wuhan after the Spring Festival, which fell on Jan. 25 this year, but the plan was unexpectedly interrupted by the COVID-19 epidemic. As the coronavirus epidemic waned, Wuhan has resumed marriage registration service for citizens since April 3. Related industries such as dress rental and wedding photography also began to resume. After knowing that a wedding photography studio in Wuhan was going back to work, Luo Jian and Cheng Yishuang immediately made an appointment for the second day of the reopening.

Luo Jian (1st L) and Cheng Yishuang (1st R) prepare to have wedding photos taken outdoors in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, April 12, 2020. Luo Jian and Cheng Yishuang had planned to take wedding photos and hold wedding ceremony in Wuhan after the Spring Festival, which fell on Jan. 25 this year, but the plan was unexpectedly interrupted by the COVID-19 epidemic. As the coronavirus epidemic waned, Wuhan has resumed marriage registration service for citizens since April 3. Related industries such as dress rental and wedding photography also began to resume. After knowing that a wedding photography studio in Wuhan was going back to work, Luo Jian and Cheng Yishuang immediately made an appointment for the second day of the reopening.

Luo Jian and Cheng Yishuang (1st L) pose for wedding photos on the bank of the Yangtze River in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, April 12, 2020. Luo Jian and Cheng Yishuang had planned to take wedding photos and hold wedding ceremony in Wuhan after the Spring Festival, which fell on Jan. 25 this year, but the plan was unexpectedly interrupted by the COVID-19 epidemic. As the coronavirus epidemic waned, Wuhan has resumed marriage registration service for citizens since April 3. Related industries such as dress rental and wedding photography also began to resume. After knowing that a wedding photography studio in Wuhan was going back to work, Luo Jian and Cheng Yishuang immediately made an appointment for the second day of the reopening.

Luo Jian (3rd R) and Cheng Yishuang (4th R) return to the photography studio in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, April 12, 2020. Luo Jian and Cheng Yishuang had planned to take wedding photos and hold wedding ceremony in Wuhan after the Spring Festival, which fell on Jan. 25 this year, but the plan was unexpectedly interrupted by the COVID-19 epidemic. As the coronavirus epidemic waned, Wuhan has resumed marriage registration service for citizens since April 3. Related industries such as dress rental and wedding photography also began to resume. After knowing that a wedding photography studio in Wuhan was going back to work, Luo Jian and Cheng Yishuang immediately made an appointment for the second day of the reopening.

Cheng Yishuang (2nd R) poses for wedding photos on the bank of the Yangtze River in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, April 12, 2020. Luo Jian and Cheng Yishuang had planned to take wedding photos and hold wedding ceremony in Wuhan after the Spring Festival, which fell on Jan. 25 this year, but the plan was unexpectedly interrupted by the COVID-19 epidemic. As the coronavirus epidemic waned, Wuhan has resumed marriage registration service for citizens since April 3. Related industries such as dress rental and wedding photography also began to resume. After knowing that a wedding photography studio in Wuhan was going back to work, Luo Jian and Cheng Yishuang immediately made an appointment for the second day of the reopening.

Luo Jian (R) and Cheng Yishuang pose for wedding photos at Jiangtan Park in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, April 12, 2020. Luo Jian and Cheng Yishuang had planned to take wedding photos and hold wedding ceremony in Wuhan after the Spring Festival, which fell on Jan. 25 this year, but the plan was unexpectedly interrupted by the COVID-19 epidemic. As the coronavirus epidemic waned, Wuhan has resumed marriage registration service for citizens since April 3. Related industries such as dress rental and wedding photography also began to resume. After knowing that a wedding photography studio in Wuhan was going back to work, Luo Jian and Cheng Yishuang immediately made an appointment for the second day of the reopening.

Luo Jian (1st R) and Cheng Yishuang (3rd R) arrive at Jiangtan Park to have wedding photos taken in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, April 12, 2020. Luo Jian and Cheng Yishuang had planned to take wedding photos and hold wedding ceremony in Wuhan after the Spring Festival, which fell on Jan. 25 this year, but the plan was unexpectedly interrupted by the COVID-19 epidemic. As the coronavirus epidemic waned, Wuhan has resumed marriage registration service for citizens since April 3. Related industries such as dress rental and wedding photography also began to resume. After knowing that a wedding photography studio in Wuhan was going back to work, Luo Jian and Cheng Yishuang immediately made an appointment for the second day of the reopening.

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