Karen and Uwe from Australia are the one of the reasons why we love our job. You know it’s going to be good, when you have a consultation via skype over 22000km distance and mostly talk about other things than the wedding. We got along from the first moment and quickly found out that we have so many things in common. Harmony was a given. But back to the wedding story. They planned their wedding in a special way. You can say they got married twice – once on each continent. Their official ceremony was in their own garden surrounded by family and loved ones. As Uwe’s family from Germany wasn’t able to make the long trip, they celebrated their nuptials once more in Uwe’s home town. That’s when we came into play. They decided on an after-wedding shoot in the Royal Gardens of Hanover where we enjoyed our session on a pretty hot summer’s day on a Monday late afternoon. There were hardly any people around giving us free shooting range at all possible spots. With this these beautiful photos were created.
„If you listen to the wind very carefully, you’ll be able to hear me whisper my love for you.“
– Andrew Davidson