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1998 - General

Here I am wielding one of my older swords (I bought itat the MD RenFest many years ago), as well as a shieldthat I recently made (20" wooden shield, black w/ silvery studs).
^topMar 1998
Here I am wielding one of my older swords (I bought it at the MD RenFest many years ago), as well as a shield that I recently made (20" wooden shield, black w/ silvery studs).

A close-up of me with one of my favorite swords. This was oneof my favorite pictures of myself out of the ones on this website atthe time.That is of course assuming that you were viewing it with somethingother than America Online's browser or any other browser thathorribly twists and distorts my QuickCam pictures. (some proxies would recompress it in such a way that it would look horribly distorted)
^topMar 1998
A close-up of me with one of my favorite swords. This was one of my favorite pictures of myself out of the ones on this website at the time. That is of course assuming that you were viewing it with something other than America Online's browser or any other browser that horribly twists and distorts my QuickCam pictures. (some proxies would recompress it in such a way that it would look horribly distorted)

A candid shot. Too bad I forgot to tell the photographer in advanceabout the flaw in my camera that makes it aim lower than the viewfinderwould make it appear. :-)
^topNov 1998
A candid shot. Too bad I forgot to tell the photographer in advance about the flaw in my camera that makes it aim lower than the viewfinder would make it appear. :-)

My Halloween outfit for the year. A vampire. Spooky, eh? :)
^topOctober 1998
My Halloween outfit for the year. A vampire. Spooky, eh? :)

This was one of the first shots I took with my digital camera to test itout. This scene is a few of the items I had on the shelf in my cubicleback when I was working at UUNET.
^topFall, 1998
This was one of the first shots I took with my digital camera to test it out. This scene is a few of the items I had on the shelf in my cubicle back when I was working at UUNET.

My dad and his Christmas tree.
^topDecember 1998
My dad and his Christmas tree.

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