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We did photos around Kelley’s house and downtown Lanesboro. Man did we hit the jackpot! Lots of great spots for shooting! Thanks Gayle for bringing clothes and just being fun!

Check out the phonebooth they suggested! Totally awesome! Not too many of those left.

Also, fun seniors to work with!!! Love this stuff! Here are a few of my favorites. Enjoy!

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It is always!!! so exciting to get a wedding album back from Italy. Love those books!!! This one came back quite a while ago, but I am finally posting images.

The wedding was set at the beautiful Berwood Hill In, bed & breakfast in Lanesboro. So far I have done two weddings there. Love it!

Here are some of my favorite spreads. Enjoy!

 

This amazing couple just got married! Thank you soooooo much for inviting me to share this sweet day with you!!!

Berwood Hills Inn is a beautiful Bed & Breakfast a little south of Lanesboro, Minnesota. It has a beautiful lawn area, just perfect for a garden wedding. The inside of the house would be sweet to get detailed pictures of, it is just beautiful. I’ll leave that for another day.

The afternoon was filled with joy, smiles, laughs…even a few tears. It was simply a breathtaking event. Lots of wishes of continued happiness…forever and ever.

Here are some of my favorite shots. Enjoy!

 

Back in March I drove some great back-roads by Lanesboro (Minnesota) to photograph some of the beautiful pottery created by Joel Sampson of  COPPER CRANE POTTERY.

His studio has large windows that let all this wonderful light in. We even saw a deer, munching away on squash, right…and I mean RIGHT…outside his windows. Apparently it sleeps right up against the wall. What a fun sight!

Joel has some amazing work and I loved how he creatively added flowers to the vases to show the possibilities. Check out one of my favorites below; the sink with imprints of a child’s hands…how creative is that!!! Then there is the Jar Fountain (images 6, 7 & 8.) with the itty bitty flakes that look like gold. I had a hard time keeping my little Jakob away from that one when we saw it at a gallery. The request for “lift me up so I can see” went on and on and on…

The Japanese Lantern Fountain (last two images) was amazing to hear. Yes! HEAR. When Joel plugged in the simple fountain and the water was going it was the sound of RAIN. Just light and delightful.

Enjoy the images below and don’t forget to check out some more work on his website. The images below cover just some of his incredible work.

The last play of the year: A Christmas Carol. Once again I drove to Lanesboro to do a production shoot for the Commonweal Theatre. It is always a pleasure to see the actors do their work. They never fail to amaze me! 

My whole family were supposed to join me, but some last minute issues came up and I went alone. As I entered the theatre I ran into my husband’s cousin, her husband and their kids. For this production they had set up the stage to be in the center with seating all around.  We purposely sat on the stage side and had a terrific view. I am sure all the sides were just as great though. I noticed very quickly that the challenge with this shoot would be the overall darkness and absolutely no backdrops. I think it turned out very well.

The play also featured two very young actors who played their parts extremely well. Actually, I was told that there are five kids that take turns playing the two parts. What a joy to watch!

Enjoy some of the shots!

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This time it was a play I hadn’t seen before I shot, but I read a synopsis before and that was very helpful. The actors are so good at what they do and put a lot of effort into every scene. What a fun place! Here are some of the shots.


I so love my job!!! Earlier this week I went to do the production shots for the play “Harvey” at the Commonweal Theatre in Lanesboro, MN. I got to see the play first. They all did an amazing job. Very light and funny. There are even a couple of romances. : ) If you have a chance, go and see the play. 

Here are some of my shots from the production of Peer Gynt at the Commonweal Theatre Company. The people at that theatre are fun and very professional to work with. I shot five productions for them last year and was hired back again this year. Check out some of last years productions on my site. Go to “gallery” and click on “commercial”. 

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