A Canadian couple were posing for photographs when a tornado formed behind them creating a set of pictures to remember their big day.
On a gravel road Saskatchewan Photographer Colleen Niska was shooting the newlyweds when the twister appears in the dark skies.
Niska, thrilled by her amazing luck.
Couple poses, walking along a flooded road in the foreground, with the severe weather safely in the distance.
At least two tornadoes touched down in the area on the weekend.
Storm caused damage to a number of buildings and baseball-sized hail.
The couple were at a safe distance from the tornado.
When a small brush fire exploded into a massive wildfire, Michael Wolber and April Hartley were moments away from tying the knot in Bend.
The couple decided to make the looming fire and smoke into a stunning backdrop to their wedding pictures.
Everyone helped happily to move the entire party to a safer place, after their short ceremony.