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CASSANDRA + NATE | like Tuck Everlasting, minus the one-sided immortality

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CASSANDRA + NATE | like Tuck Everlasting, minus the one-sided immortality

Cassandra told me what they planned to wear and I suggested this location to match the look. Is it perfect or is it… perfect? Hard to say. Doesn’t the field and the frolicking and the white dress give you a Tuck Everlasting feel, minus the one-sided immortality?! These two did family pictures with their three little boys last fall and needless to say, this ten year anniversary shoot went much differently. Much less coercion, more romance.

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PEYTON+JEFF | that empty misty Yellowstone morning that fed my soul
JORDYNN+SCOTT | actually letting the train touch the ground

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LAURA+MITCH | the golden couple

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LAURA+MITCH | the golden couple

These pictures aren’t particularly recent, but I was reminded of them recently and knew they deserved a little late spotlight because this shoot was the FIRST time someone really “got” the idea of doing anniversary pictures. Laura came to ME with the idea all that time ago and now it’s like.. my THING? How cool is that. So I guess that makes Laura and Mitch my golden couple.

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MYUNGHEE+BRIAN | for realsies a red hanbok in a golden dream forest my eyes are exploding it is so beautiful
JORDYNN+SCOTT | actually letting the train touch the ground

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SARA+TREY | in love in the pee-less city

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SARA+TREY | in love in the pee-less city

Happy three year anniversary to Sara and Trey! They contacted me about an anniversary session to commemorate both their marriage and their new lives in Minneapolis. They packed up their bags and moved straight into downtown - away from family, friends, and the small-town lives they were familiar with!

As we walked and talked and snapped these pictures, I was just so so so enamored with this beautiful city. Here’s a few of my favorite little things about Minneapolis…

1. It doesn’t smell like pee. I have spent time in New York and I have spent time in LA. Those cities smell like pee. This city does not.

2. Cobblestone streets and sky bridges. Old mill ruins turned into museums and those rentable green scooters (which I am DYING to do!!!!). Minneapolis has the charm of an old city with the amenities of a new one.

3. A river runs through it. Should I see that movie? I haven’t. Well, a river runs straight through our city and that river is the MISSISSIPPI.

4. A bridge with dogs in strollers. The Stone Arch Bridge is the icon of it all! Businesspeople commute to work via bicycle. If you’re delusional, you can arrive early in the morning on the 4th of July to get a spot on the bridge to watch the fireworks over the river. You’ll see bridal parties, tourists, locals, and occasionally those strollers with a tiny shaking dog inside.

5. Happy little trees. Not those sad CAGED trees you see planted along the streets of a typical city. Because the Mississippi River goes straight through Minneapolis, the city has tons and tons of green foresty parks smack dab in the middle of it with places to rent kayaks or take steamboat tours. I plan to do both this summer.

6. Not afraid to drive!!! I have been to New York, but NEVER driven myself around it. I have been to LA, but NEVER been behind the wheel there either. Same with Seattle, Miami, Las Vegas, and so on. But Minneapolis? I’M NOT AFRAID OF YOU! I KNOW I can find parking! I KNOW your drivers are not all human scum! I will gladly take your roads anytime.

7. Pretty city. Skylines galore. Positioned for ideal portrait lighting every evening at golden hour. Thank you sun, thank you city planners. I love this pretty city.

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LINDSEY+COLE | I made an ice cream mistake
AMY+JAMES | lds st paul temple and cotton candy fluffy clouds

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