Love and Marriage (10 pics)

If there was one couple who could show us the ups and downs of relationships it would be Thad and Sarah Lawrence. Using Photoshop, they’ve created a hilarious set of photos that include everything from Sarah vacuuming her husband to lighting him on fire. Their imaginative photos take us on a wild journey, making us remember the passionate emotions that come with love.

Inspired by Flickr’s 365 series, Thad and Sarah have created their own set. As Thad states, “We wanted to document all the changes that may have taken place, whether it be our hair, clothes, where we lived, where we travel – to be able to say that we have physical documentation of a whole year of our lives is amazing. Doing it together is often what makes it so fun.”

Flickr and Telegraph

Other Creative Photographers:
Being 16 Again – Laurence Philomene
Dream a Little Dream – Anastasia Volkova
A Panda’s Pursuit of Love – Ibai Acevedo
The Beauty and Pain of Love – Martin Stranka



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