Monthly Archives: October 2011

I feel the city too much these days.  Don’t get me wrong, I LOVE Minneapolis, but there’s something rewarding and fruitful about getting away…and not to just another house away from the city, but to a place where you can’t see or hear anyone.  Only you, your thoughts and God.  We (my fam) packed up […]

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  • Sarah - They turned out beautiful! I been checking the blog daily waiting to see them. What a perfect day to take pictures!ReplyCancel

  • Janis - Viewing these pictures brought tears to my eyes. I’ve never seen the “shack” more beautiful than this. You captured time standing still and created a brand new memory for me. It’s difficult to pick a favorite and I never thought an outhouse could look beautiful! Mom or Great Donna, as her great-granddaughter would say, sitting in the chair at the end of the pier? My favorite.ReplyCancel

  • Lynette - Nostalgia…in a good way. Ryan, thanks for following the Spirit’s leading in creating this beautiful tribute to a wonderful woman. Mom, you are beautiful in so many ways. I love this!ReplyCancel

  • RYAN - You guys are such faithful followers! thanks for the encouragementReplyCancel

  • Dan Mortensen - LOVE these! I spend lots of time at “the Shack” but I never have seen some of these perspectives before. Awesome photos!ReplyCancel

    • admin - Thanks Dan, i look forward to getting back…maybe next fall for some musky fishing?ReplyCancel

  • Kathy Knutson - What great pictures! Your talent is amazing! My parish nurse friend “model” looks so happy at the “shack.” How thoughtful to create these wonderful memories. Donna’s family is very special to her—I feel like I know you all personally! God bless you as you continue your photography journey!ReplyCancel

  • Dixie Grilley - Ryan
    These pictures are beautiful. I married into the shack and it is one of my most favorite places on earth. I’m so sad every time I leave the place. It has such spiritual energy. Mike and I spent many, many weekends there when the boys where little. In fact Nick was only three weeks old on his first weekend at the shack (not that I would recommend it). Mike and the boys built the tree fort, it has seen better days.
    I sincerely hope the shack continues to raise more and more families, it is a great place to grow.
    I hope to meet you and your family at the shack soon.ReplyCancel

    • admin - Thanks Dixie…you are right about the shack.ReplyCancel

  • Paul Ramberg - This last image is killer.ReplyCancel

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