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I absolutely could not wait to get home, upload these photos, and get to work. Last Saturday I spent two hours with these adorable twins. Those two hours were jam packed full of exploration, excitement, snacks, and even tears. When all was send and done I had close to a billion photos to look through. That’s right… a billion.

While you probably wouldn’t mind seeing nearly a billion photos of these cuties I’ll save you a bit of time and show you my most favorite few. And by few, as always, I mean a bunch.

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As the air was quite cool in the morning we began indoors inside the Guthrie Theatre.
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We went straight up to the Amber Lounge. The girls had some time to get comfortable and do some exploring.
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They were pretty interested in being held for a while, which is understandable. I was new and we were in a weird yellow room with giant windows.  Pretty strange, right?
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Soon the girls got a bit more comfortable and peered out the windows into the fog.
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Same eyebrow raised. :)
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This little one was pretty into doing her own thing.. and quite quickly!
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We made our way down to the fourth floor where everything was a bit more normal colored.
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There was so much outside to look at it. I love getting reflections in these windows. :)
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There are giant comfy black chairs to climb on throughout the theatre.
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We of course blew kisses.
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And looked out the windows some more.
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And constantly asked for more snack. 
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And licked the windows.
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And wondered why window licking was happening. Ew.
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After the girls had about enough to exploring inside we went out, just past the Mill City Saturday market.
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We found this nice wall but the girls weren’t overly interested in looking at me.
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This little lady spoke to my heart by exploring the numerous rocks.
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This one was pretty pumped that I brought bubbles along.
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We managed to get them together for a few seconds at a time.
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Though that didn’t mean they were actually going to do the same thing or look in the same direction. 
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No comment. :)
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More snacks.
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I always get a few of these reaching for my camera shots. Love them. :)
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:)
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The girls were nearing the end of their available attention and tolerance for me and my camera. We headed down to the boardwalk for a few more shots before calling it a day.
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Last weekend I photographed a lovely wedding in downtown Minneapolis. Unfortunately the weather made the day a bit more difficult but the wedding, portrait time, and reception, were all perfect.

Here are a few of my favorite photos (sorry about the weird formatting/frames, I pulled this from my frost on flower blogger):

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Posting to Instagram. :) My favorite couple yet.
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The bride is a school bus driver.
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So we got a few shots of her in the driver’s seat of one of the shuttle buses.
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A big wedding party but I managed to squeeze them all in.
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Mr. Bridesmaid didn’t really like to smile.
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A lot of thought when into which pair of shoes the bride would wear.
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Groom & Officant
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Some goofy stuff.
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Some normal stuff.
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Overall it was a ton of fun.
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We did some jumping photos by the Stone Arch Bridge.
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I wish I could have stayed to enjoy one of these!
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I absolutely loved the bride’s bouquet.
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Congratulations!!! :)

This session was both unique and very neat! I met Joanne on Twitter. We both stay at home with our little(s) and, like many moms, have found great community via social networks such as Twitter and Instagram. A couple of months ago we scheduled and session and moved it to the Guthrie Theatre in downtown Minneapolis at the last minute due to unfavorable weather. It’s silly – I photographed portraits outdoors in February but was forced to photographed indoors in April.

I met Joanne and her family at the Guthrie Theatre last weekend. We did some exploring, hanging out, and goofing around. Luckily I was able to catch a few moment with everyone together and looking in a similar direction! Most of our time was spent looking out the windows, pointing at things, and being graced by the presence of two very photogenic and eager to be photographed little boys. :)

As usual I have selected some of my favorites to share with you. And as usual… there are a lot. :)

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It was so nice to meet you in person, Joanne! You have a wonderful family! :)

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