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Blue Angels flyover captured in Florida few wedding photos

A photographer took a beautiful photo of the Blue Angels flying over a few beach wedding Sunday in Florida.

Rachel and Chandler Mills pose for pictures after their marriage at Johnson Beach in Pensacola when the Blue Angels, the U. S. Navy flight demonstration squadron flew over, according to ABC News.

“People started pointing to the sky and scream when they saw them,” Jordan Burch, the Mills’ wedding photographer, said. “But they went by so fast that I could not adjust for them.”

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The couple had one more chance when the Blue Angels suddenly flew over a second time. This time, Burch got the picture.

“We were in the middle of a group of portraits and I started screaming for everyone to get out of the picture because the Blues is to come,” Burch said. “Everyone ran to get the photo, and Chandler just walked over to Rachel and kissed her.”

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Rachel and Chandler Mills married on Johnson Beach in Pensacola, Florida, on Sunday 14 May 2017.

(Jordan Burch Photography)

The couple met at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. The two had been dating long-distance after Chandler, 26, who is a U.S. Navy ensign, moved to Pensacola, to attend the flight school. Rachel, 22, connected with Chandler in Florida after they graduated.

Rachel believes that her husband’s Marine uniform may have been the reason that the Blue Angels made in two rounds in the sky.

They were flying kind of low, and it was a kind of a uncommon for them to come back to that place and, in particular, to the smoke,” Chandler told WHNT.

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“We are happy to be a part of the many events throughout the year and we are honored that we were able to be a part of their special day,” Navy Lt. Joe Hontz, the Blue Angels public affairs officer, told WHNT.

The couple plans to visit the Blue Angels base next week with a thank you to the pilots for their unforgettable day.

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