I'm happy to announce that after a few years on blogger, I'm finally moving my blog to my brittatrygstad.com url. So, configure your google reader and bookmarks as all new blog postings will be happening over there.
(Side note disclaimer is for my parents: All of these photos were taken while either stopped or going very, very, very slow on rural roads, except for that last one which was taken on I94 between the Highway 10 and Old 52 Exit. NO cars were directly behind or, obviously, in front of me. Thank you. )
I told you I would post more photos soon. Here are a few photographs I took yesterday on my way to West Fargo after dropping Edie's off at my friend Jenn's (her awesome caretaker) in Horace, ND. Horace is such an odd little town. These photos were taken IN town, believe it or not. It's that small.
I was inspired to put these up after attending the premiere of "A Considered View" at the Plains Art Museum last evening. The Prairie Public documentary focused on my former college professor/advisor Wayne Gudmundson and his wonderful landscape photography. The program truly reminded me how much I've learned from Wayne and how grateful I am to have such an inspiring photographer as an advisor and friend.
The program will premiere on PBS on February 16... and, of course, I suggest that you all watch it.
This poor blog has been neglected lately. It seems as if all my "blog energy" has focused on our family blog . But, with our little peanut growing up so fast, can you blame me?
I'll try to post some new stuff soon. In the meantime, check out a wedding I photographed with Dave on Monday (yes, Monday), December 28. It was a great wedding full of family, and love, and beautiful, wonderful simplicity. Plus, the groom's entire family spoke Finnish... including the smallest kiddos! Now, that's pretty cool.
Last week, I met up with my coworker Penny and her awesome little family to take some WAY over due portraits. They might just be the cutest family I know.... seriously :) Maggie Mae is already nearly 6 months old!