After my last session, I decided that santa needs to bring me a gps this christmas! I printed and studied the directions from the internet, but Oslo being Oslo, the directions were somewhat iffy and the road signs non-existent 🙂 I was halfway to Sweden before I called my client and said this CAN'T be right!
But, I did get there in the end and we had alot of fun! Dina is 7 months, Gard 4 (and let me tell you, it helps to have boys of my own! We discussed the ins and outs of Wall-E and became fast friends 🙂 ). We had a great time and even though it was quite cold and VERY windy outside, we still did our outdoor shoot and BOY just look at how rich these pictures are!!
Tusen takk Tine, Wilhem, Gard og Dina – dere har en nydelig familie og jeg hadde det veldig koselig hos dere! Håper dere er fornøyd med bildene!
Så utrooolig flink du er med farger! De er jo helt fantastiske!! Bloggen din skal jeg definitivt begynne å følge fra nå av! Glad jeg fant den 🙂 Hilsen Henrik! PS: Ta gjerne en titt på bloggen min også om du vil 🙂 http://henrikfoto.no/blogg
You know I adore your work.. you have so many gorgeous pictures on here! I just joined flickr and I’m begging to be your friend. 🙂
What a beautiful family. I love the shots in the field.
Your work is beautiful! I have the exact same red velvet chair as you…all the way in Texas!
gorgeous as usual! lisa? do you haul backdrops and props (like chairs) with you? these are so dang kool!
Such beautiful colors Lisa!!!! Your studio is as stunning as your outdoor work. How I wish I could come and visit for a week (or more!!!)
Love your blog girl…hugs from Canada!!!!
oh these are all so so beautiful, your colors are absolutely awesome!
love the outdoor shots too! brave to shoot in the cold 🙂 love their woolen cloting!
What gorgeous pictures! Love the richness of the golds and greens in the outdoor photos, and your studio stuff is amazing!
Hei alle sammen
Gratulerer med kjempefine bilder!!
De er helt fantastiske. Dere er en veldig pen familie!
Your color is as beautiful as ever … even in the cold, cold weather! 🙂