There are no words for how much I love these two people.

None. I've literally been sitting here for 20 minutes trying to think of what to say in this post.

Now, if I were Jordan, I wouldn't have this problem. I'd be on paragraph five by now, waxing poetic about how they came into my life 2 1/2 years ago but how it feels like they've somehow always been there. How they are the kind of friends who get me on every level. How one of the first things I want to do when things go well or horribly is call them.

Jordan has a way with words and making everyone around him feel like a million bucks. Charm just oozes out of him. And Amy.....Amy is the easiest person to love. Her face is next to "lovable" in the dictionary. I could go on and on about how these two are wise beyond their years, are killing it in business, and how their love for the Lord and one another is their true north. But this post is getting a little gushy. And we have photos to get to. Really pretty ones.

I know a photographer is not supposed to say that about their own work, but when we were visiting Nantucket last month it was literally RAINING cherry blossoms on us. I feel like our time on this magical island should have been accompanied by the score from The Sound of Music. The above photo was taken just steps outside our hotel room door for goodness sakes! And since we have NOTHING like this in Phoenix, we had to take advantage of this opportunity to do our first film shoot together... under the raining cherry blossoms.

Unreal.... both the friendship I have in these two, and the beauty of Nantucket.
Equipment used: Contax 645 Film Camera // Zeiss Planar 80mm f/2.0 Lens // Fuji 400 film // Film developed & scanned by Photovision
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