seeing and capturing the special moments

What can I say about these two…

seriously they have really been there for me. I can’t thank them enough for opening their home to me and letting me literally crash here while Lee has been away. Being married to a man in the military has been challenging, and when he is gone there is a big piece of me that is too. Sometimes it’s overwhelming and makes me so sad and like clockwork Amy will call me and tell me to just get myself to their place! I’m so grateful for their friendship. These two are a great team together and I’m hoping that these photos below have done them justice. They are people I respect and love. My experience here in Japan would have been much different without them. I am so excited about their ministry and if you have’t checked out their website please do so by clicking here. They have taken on a big challenge here in Japan, but I know that the Lord is going to use them because they are willing. I feel blessed to have known them and getting to photograph them was a privilege.

After taking all those photos we were hungry so we went to this Okonomiyaki restaurant that is decorated to look like “old Japan”. It’s super cute and needless to say the Okonomiyaki is AMAZING!


4 responses

  1. Julie, these are beautiful! I love how you captured their personalities : )

    May 11, 2011 at 2:57

    • juliefaithphotography

      Thanks Jen!

      May 12, 2011 at 2:57

  2. gorgeous, julie!! 🙂

    May 11, 2011 at 2:57

    • juliefaithphotography

      Thank you!

      May 12, 2011 at 2:57

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