Going, going, gone: Crash steals spotlight from newlyweds
A PICTURE'S worth a thousand words. Sometimes they're worth more.
Couple Josh and Madeline Tattersall were recently married in Queensland, and like most weddings, the love story was perfectly captured in the beautiful wedding photos.
But these photos caught a little more than the newlywed's romance.
With the golden rays of the afternoon sun shining in the background, the couple wanted a golden dust to add a little magic to the dreamy atmosphere.
And trust groomsman, Matty Farmer, to be the first to jump to the rescue. But sometimes exuberance can kill the moment.
Jumping into a golf buggy, Farmer tried to raise up some dust by pulling several burnouts however, in his overzealousness, Farmer lost control and tipped the buggy over.
"Even before they finished asking I was already starting the buggy up, I was like, we should do a few doughnuts and get some action in the background," Farmer told Warwick Daily News. "I stood out the front and dusted myself off and got back in it".
And the truly candid moment will forever be remembered with the photographer capturing every second of the hilarious accident, making for some very interesting photos.
The photos of beautiful couple contrasted with the buggy blunder in the background, followed with the couple's reaction have gained over 39 thousand likes on Facebook.