This is the only wedding picture we have on display.
Adaption of a verse by Anatole France.
"It is not enough to love passionately, you must also love well. A passionate love is good, doubtless, but a beautiful love is better. May you have as much strength as gentleness; may it lack nothing,not even forbearance, and let even a little compassion be mingled with it... you are human, and because of this capable of much suffering. If then something of compassion does not enter into the feelings you have for one another, then these feelings will not always befit all the circumstances of your life together; they will be like festive robes that will not shield you from the wind and rain. We truly love only those that we love even in their weakness and in their poverty. To forbear, to forgive, to console, that alone is the science of love."
Despite my comment here this actually wasn't taken in Swan Hill.
This one makes me think of a McCubbin picture.