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The lava fountains reached 150 meters to 500 meters high and generated ash plumes that reached 500 meters to 3 kilometers above the crater. This was the date Cruz and Nicerio-Dela Cruz chose to have their wedding at Our Lady of the Gate Parish Church in the town of Daraga, a little over six miles south of Mount Mayon. The threat of an eruption did not stop them from tying the knot. In fact, it provided a stunning backdrop to their wedding pictures. Joan Nebreja, who manages Nebreja Brothers Media , was at the church overseeing her sons as they shot photos and video of the wedding. “They were a little bit stressed before the wedding because of the situation,” Nebreja said of the couple. She said the mood at the wedding was mixed because of the uncertainty surrounding the volcano. “The Mayon Volcano is unpredictable. We don't know when it will blow or not,” Nebreja said. When asked by The Washington Post, Nebreja said there was no retouching to the photos or video to make the erupting cloud more ominous.
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