It Was Only A Matter Of Time: T-Rex Costume Engagement Shoot

January 24, 2017

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These are the make-believe t-rex costume engagement photos taken by wedding photographers Greg Basel and Maria Adams. I say make-believe because there's not actually an engaged couple in the costumes, just friends of the photographers. Still, I guarantee somebody will do it for real if they haven't already. And, honestly, I think it's a great idea. But mostly just because if things don't work out you can always say that's not you in the photos. "Honey -- what's up with this photo I found in the garage of the two t-rexes -- it looks like they're playing leapfrog?" Oh, that? *shrug* Bought it at a yard sale, liked the composition.

Keep going for a couple more shots of the possibilities.

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Thanks to Allyson S, who informed me she wants an outerspace themed engagement shoot. Stop stealing my ideas!

  • TheQiwiMan

    And I bet she STILL took at least 3 hours to do her hair before getting these pictures done.

  • GeneralDisorder

    I've never smoked a spliff because it's not the sort of thing that people do in the US if they don't have Jamaican heritage but I do remember that being high was slightly better if I didn't have a cigarette immediately after.

    When I quit smoking cigarettes I kept smoking weed for a few weeks. I quit both because of money. Still... mixing weed and tobacco... don't do that. You ruin the weed.

  • You confused the heck out of me, until I realised that the image I posted had caption which had nothing to do with what I intended.
    I was merely protesting.
    I have now changed it so it doesn't have a caption about weed (which I have never smoked - I prefer alcohol)

  • GeneralDisorder

    Never smoked weed... prefer alcohol. You should try weed before you decide which one you like best. Or don't try weed. It's pretty fucking great but the legality issues (at least in the US, not sure how the UK handles that now) pose a problem for any adults with responsibilities.

  • I've never wanted to smoke. If it's bad to inhale smoke in a house fire I can't see how it can be good to inhale smoke other wise.
    Here's a safety video that will help...
    https://vimeo.com/2247733
    I'll stick to getting shit faced on booze instead.

  • GeneralDisorder

    That's an interesting thought. My dad was a firefighter since the 1960s and taught new firefighters since the 1970s. At 80 years old he's still going to house fires but now he doesn't put on airpacks or lead hoselines. Anyway, you'd think that someone who lived in constant fear of fire from an early age would have maybe not wanted to smoke or be a pyro. Thanks to my time in Boy Scouts of America I was fixed. No more constant panic and worry that I might die in a random housefire. Instead I was ever vigilant that I wouldn't be the cause of said housefire while I was burning stuff for amusement.

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