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Bride, groom climb W.Va. mountain in tux and gown

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McLEAN, Va. — It’s one of those “How did they do that?” kind of photos. Bride and groom, in tux and gown, standing happily and newly married all alone on a sheer, narrow mountaintop in West Virginia.

The Aug. 11 wedding photos of Bob Ewing and bride Antonie Hodge Ewing atop the Seneca Rocks peak in West Virginia have been an online sensation, gathering hundreds of thousands of views.

The two Arlington, Va., residents, both avid rock climbers, decided they wanted to get married at the stunning peak, a popular landmark and famous among rock climbers. And they wanted to do it in full wedding regalia.

Hodge’s mother even made the four-hour climb, despite being a novice climber.

Source: The Associated Press