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A couple from America played a wedding on Everest

Lovers spent three weeks in the Everest mountains. And photos from the wedding are worth seeing!

32-year-old Ashley Schmeider and 35-year-old James Sisson from California, USA, decided to tie the knot on Everest. By the expedition to the main summit of the world, the steam was prepared for a whole year.

Climbing began in Nepal. For about three weeks, they, along with photographer Charlton Churchill, climbed Mount Everest.

Ashley and James told each other wedding vows based on the Everest Base camp, which near the Khumbu icefall, Churchill told in his blog.

I finally photographed the first Mt. Everest basecamp wedding (my 2nd attempt). Our Mount Everest Adventure wedding story went viral, national and international, with hundreds and thousands of shares in the last day from the UK's Daily Mail post, now Cosmopolitan, Yahoo Style!, Self, Huffington Post, contacted by the Today Show, VanityFair Italy, BoredPanda, KCRA, trending #2 in Australia, New Zealand, Ireland,… read the full story and view more images on my blog. I'm getting multiple media requests around the world for interviews and publications, pretty incredible. . #mteverestwedding #adventureawaits #adventurethatislife #adventurewedding #stayandwander #exploremore #weddingphotos #keepitwild #getlost #visualsgang #destinationwedding #thegreatoutdoors #finditliveit #getoutdoors #getoutstayout #hikerslife #theoutbound #himalayas #goplaces #choosemountains #charletonchurchillphotography #visualsoflife #weddinginspo #everestbasecamp #mteverest #charletonchurchill #weddingdress #weddingphotography #weddingphotographer

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“James and Ashley feel fine, they have a little headache and appetite, but it’s natural for the height. They both cope with the ascent, “wrote the photographer at Instagram during an unusual wedding expedition to Mount Everest.

Made it to Dingboche at 14,500 feet, and we can feel the altitude here. Both James and Ashley are well, a little headache and loss of appetite which is natural at this altitude, but they are both tearing up the trail. I'm glad to have them on this adventure of a lifetime. We are here for another day, three more camps and we are at Everest Base camp. (live video updates via my Facebook page). . #mteverestwedding #adventureawaits #adventurethatislife #adventurewedding #stayandwander #exploremore #weddingphotos #weddingphotography #keepitwild #getlost #visualsgang #destinationwedding #adventurous #elopement #thegreatoutdoors #outsidemagazine #finditliveit #getoutdoors #getoutstayout #hikerslife #theoutbound #himalayas #goplaces #adventurevisuals #choosemountains #charletonchurchillphotography #visualsoflife #weddinginspo #everestbasecamp #mteverest

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American couple became the first couple to be married on the basis of Everest Base camp in wedding dresses, despite the cold and inconvenience associated with acclimatization. Photos of lovers turned out to be incredible: looking at them, you understand the favorite words of skiers and snowboarders that “only mountains can be better than mountains”.

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