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Daredevil 'Bride' Takes Walk Down The Aisle From 3,000 Feet In The Air (VIDEO)

11/12/2013 03:34 pm ET | Updated Nov 12, 2013

It's normal for brides to get a little nervous before walking down the aisle. And when that "aisle" is actually a thin rope hanging 3,000 feet in the air, those pre-wedding jitters are not only normal, but expected.

In a photo shoot for a wedding travel-adventure company, a woman dressed in a wedding gown is seen traversing one of the country's most challenging rock-climbing peaks -- Lost Arrow Spire in California’s Yosemite National Park.

Photographer Ben Horton shot the breathtaking snaps for his friend, Gil Weiss', extreme wedding company. Weiss died in July 2012 during a climb in Peru.

“I’ve shot a lot of adventure and climbing photography, and Gil’s optimistic personality was infectious, so he managed to convince me to shoot this wedding for him,” Horton said, according to the New York Post.

Watch the video above for more on these fascinating photos.

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