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Annette Paré Photography

.... Capturing the simple and the grand moments of life.

I've been taking photos for as long as I can remember.  Travels, friends, weddings, family. My photography started as a hobby and has grown into the opportunity to enter your homes, your lives, and your big moments of celebration. It's what I love to do!

My husband Dan and I live in Coon Rapids, MN with our daughters Kendall & McKenna and our son Gavin. We love our friends & family, our neighborhood, and most importantly Jesus Christ, who we serve joyfully!  

Thanks for visiting - I hope to hear from you soon.  Annette

Monthly Archives: August 2013

Neighbors

Pam & Eric & Rosie have been next door neighbors to us for more than 4 years. We got to know them as we both had little girls who discovered they loved to play together. And play together, they did! There were stretches where they played many days in a row. At one point my […]

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The Schwartz Family

Meeting up with Majken & Brian, Annika & Carsten was a highlight of my weekend. Last fall when I photographed them Carsten hadn’t made his grand entrance into the world yet so to see him as a happy smiling 8 month old was a pure delight. Annika is such a sweet big sister. I’m thankful […]

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Kalisha & Marta

I met Julie & her girls at Como for a picnic lunch and a few photos of Kalisha who just turned one. We did a similar shoot when big sister, Marta, was one. Of course we had to take a few more pictures of Marta & Mom! Julie is one of my dearest long-time friends […]

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Vargason & Fox & Dykstra Family

This adorably fun family convened in Minneapolis this past week from Oregon, Wisconsin and of course Minnesota. Cousins, Siblings, Nieces & Nephews, Grandparents, Aunts & Uncles.  We explored the Stone Arch Bridge area on Monday morning and the kids did most of the amazing work in this photo session ~ all I did was click […]

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