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Lisa told me she wanted some images of her family…hey…Blake…we missed you!!!…walking in a field. The day we had picked was hot, but also beautiful. I brought them to one of my in-laws’ fields. Two days later the hay was cut…great timing!

Kennedy kept us laughing with all her fun comments and looking totally in another direction. Thanks for walking with me and making it great!!

Here are some of my favorites. Enjoy!

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Here is the book I created for these sweet kids. Love that Mom is also in the picture. I have the best job ever!

This book is 3×3 and fits nicely in your purse, just like the wallet size MINI BOOK.

Enjoy!

What a wonderful couple…what a sweet baby! I had the great pleasure of hanging out with Tyler and his mom and dad earlier this month. Actually, Tyler was sleeping when I got there, but when he did wake up…awe…nothing but smiles! We had a fun time doing a few shots at their house. It was such a nice day and luckily both Kristi and Nick were up for a walk downtown. La Crosse (WI) has some beautiful old buildings and Nick told me about this cool park by the river. Thanks for being so much fun guys!

Here are some of my favorite images from the day. Enjoy!

Love the Klimt! A gift from Nick to Kristi. How sweet!

This is what Tyler looked like just minutes after he woke up. Amazing!

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.




What a beautiful day for a walk on the bluffs of rural south-east Minnesota! This fun family went everywhere I asked. The boys wanted to do more exploring than posing, but once we found the apple trees they were very happy. It was wild how all the trees seemed to have different kinds of apples. The bright red ones were my amazing. Here are some of my favorites. 

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