PHOTOS: Tornado 'photobombs' wedding shoot


A tornado "photobombed" a Canadian couple's wedding shoot Saturday, leading to some unforgettable images that have since gone viral.

Saskatchewan photographer Colleen Niska posted the pictures to Facebook on Sunday. "Could NOT wait to post these! Pretty sure this will only happen once in my lifetime!" she wrote.

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The bride and groom were calm when they noticed the funnel cloud, Niska told TODAY.com. "We were a long ways from the tornado," Niska said. "It wasn't heading in our direction."

According to CTV, two twisters touched down in Outlook, about an hour away from the shoot near Saskatoon. 

Check out the dramatic images below:

>> RELATED: Wildfire becomes stunning backdrop for Oregon wedding



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