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Beautiful, colorful and fun! Cloudy…then absolutely beautiful…then…during the ceremony…it must have rained hippopotamuses and elephants…it was crazy! It was a beautiful wedding and a lot of beautiful people. Congratulations guys!

I started my day at the grooms house…a slightly jittery groom getting ready…then all smiles! Jeremiah just beamed all day.

Brandi had a slightly untraditional dress…in the sense that it was kind of a champagne color. Was it ever beautiful! Next to the fall-orange bridesmaids dresses the colors were really awesome! Fun factor…had to be the flowers! Loved the bold, but simple statement with the sun flowers. Of course Brandi had a really beautiful bouquet of red roses with pearls.

One of the bridesmaids had gotten a hold of a clear umbrella because of the rain and was hoping we could get a shot of them kissing. Mmmmmm…Thank you! Love it when other people have thoughts about the couple and what might be a cute idea for a shot.

Here are some of my favorite pictures. Enjoy!

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It has been quite a while since my last post and I finally have time to update with some fall images from Oslo. I recently went to Oslo and visited my sister and her family as well as my mom and other friends. I had a wonderful time, as always, but ten days was not long enough. One Sunday we went to Frogner parken and the Vigeland park. The weather was cool, but no wind and the sun was low and beautiful. Here are a few shots from the park as well as a couple from outside my sister’s restaurant rust. I try to keep in mind that I have to process all the pictures I take and so I try not to go nuts. Well, it’s not that easy, and I have left a few shots untouched. Here are some I wanted to share.

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Here you can see Monolitten and some of the statues around it. As you can see the statues are huge. The people look quite small next to them.

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The monolith is built up of people, young and old, to form this “totem” pole. It is simply amazing!

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Here is one of the most famous statues. Sinataggen – “the little Hot-Head”.

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We walk a lot in Norway and on a different day my sister, her daughter and I walked to another side of Oslo and happened to go by the Norwegian stock exchange. It’s quite a bit smaller than the one on Wall Street.

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While waiting for coffee at my sister and her husband’s restaurant I had to get my camera out. One of their walls have been sanded to give it a really cool look.

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The leaves just glowed on the pavement with the fresh rain and low sun combination.

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The outside seating at rust.

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At rust they have torches lit at all times outside the restaurant. It looks especially nice on fall days that get dark quickly.

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Always a cozy spot to find outside. Between the woolen seats, blankets and cozy heaters up above you can stretch the cold season quite a bit longer.




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