February 2012, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Apparently, pre-nup photoshoots are big in Saigon. We chanced upon a number of couples all dolled up and hamming it up for the cameras on a scorching hot February day. Photos above were taken at the Revolutionary Museum which was built over a century ago and designed by a French architect. And they were just the first couple we saw while we were exploring the building! About two other couples would do their photoshoot while we were there. And to think we did not spend more than an hour in that place! I wonder, what’s with French architecture and weddings?
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