An old picture of a woman in a red dress and a red bow tie, which was taken at a wedding in 2008, has been found in the archives of a Canadian museum.
The photo was one of a number that were posted on Facebook in 2010, after the wedding, but have never been seen.
The pictures show a young couple kissing and holding hands at a local beach.
The picture was posted by photographer Chris Linton in the year before the wedding and is one of several dating back to 2009.
In a post on Facebook, the photographer wrote, “I had a really great time with a couple of really great friends, I had the most amazing time with my wife, she is the best person I have ever known.
It was the best day of my life.
Thank you, thank you, I wish you and your lovely wife the best.”
In 2010, Linton took a photo of the couple’s wedding in a white dress and bow tie.
The woman’s hair was in a bun, while her partner’s hair in a ponytail was parted.
The couple were wearing a matching wedding dress.
The bride wore a red wedding dress with a flower embroidered on the waist.
Linton’s Instagram account posted the photo on May 5, 2020, with the caption, “My new favorite wedding photo ever.
This is what a good day at the beach looks like.
This was our first time, but we had such a wonderful time.”
Linton posted the image on the official Instagram account of the Canadian Museum of Civilization, which includes the museum’s collections.
In another post, the museum posted a picture of the two holding hands and captioned it, “This is what it feels like to be married.”
The couple was married in June 2020 at the Canada Pavilion at the Grand Floridian Resort and Spa in Winnipeg.
Lissons Facebook page is still up and is filled with photos of the bride and groom.
In February, Lissson posted the picture of his bride in a green dress and white bow tie in an Instagram post, captioned “I’ve been married in the best possible way!
A beautiful day in Winnipeg with my beautiful wife and kids.”
Lisson wrote that the photo was taken after the couple had taken the ferry back from the Grand Horticultural Center to their vacation home.
Littons wedding photos have been featured in the media and have sparked debate over the relationship between gay marriage and families.
Some have suggested that gay couples may be choosing to stay single because they feel they can no longer be in a relationship.
Other couples have shared their own stories of being rejected or ignored by straight couples in Canada and abroad.
Lissa Rauch, a spokeswoman for the Canadian Consulate in Toronto, told CBC News that the consulate is not aware of any gay couples marrying in Canada.
The Canadian government is committed to ensuring the protection of the rights of all Canadians, she said.
“We are also committed to respecting the civil and family relationships of all Canadian citizens.”