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2001 - General

King Barak (aka Midnight Wolf, on the right) gets married! Here we seehim standing next to his brother-in-law on the fateful day. Unfortunately,this is the only picture that I was able to take (that survived) beforethe batteries died in my camera.
^topMay 12, 2001
King Barak (aka Midnight Wolf, on the right) gets married! Here we see him standing next to his brother-in-law on the fateful day. Unfortunately, this is the only picture that I was able to take (that survived) before the batteries died in my camera.

Kat and Ed (me) at Busch Gardens, riding the go-carts.
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Kat and Ed (me) at Busch Gardens, riding the go-carts.

Same day at Busch Gardens.
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Same day at Busch Gardens.

Me at Busch Gardens... Everyone chose the most appropriately labelledstocks to stick me in. :)
^top2001
Me at Busch Gardens... Everyone chose the most appropriately labelled stocks to stick me in. :)

For Halloween, I always love to do what I can with decorations to makea really cool-looking display. This year I did something very similarto last year, but with just a few more details. One of which was tomake this poor guy hang out of the window of my car. It wasn't untilafter I took the picture that I realized that the sticker in the otherwindow made it look like he's saying something... a little word-bubblethat just happened to be lined up right. :)
^topOctober 31, 2001
For Halloween, I always love to do what I can with decorations to make a really cool-looking display. This year I did something very similar to last year, but with just a few more details. One of which was to make this poor guy hang out of the window of my car. It wasn't until after I took the picture that I realized that the sticker in the other window made it look like he's saying something... a little word-bubble that just happened to be lined up right. :)

At my front-door, I had a jackolantern, gravestones, and a lantern, aswell as a "Trick or Treat" doormat. When someone would knock, I'd runthe fog machine (which was inside the house) for a few seconds, thenopen the door... it would appear that I was stepping out of a thickmist as I opened the door. :) Unfortunately, the flash washed everything out in this picture. This shot was actually taken at night. With the flashturned off in another picture, nothing came out at all. I wish I couldshow here how creepy this looked under nothing but the lantern-light,and the glow of the illuminated pumpkin. Half the trick to making agood halloween display is correct lighting, which is why I never allowedflash pictures in my old haunted houses.
^topOctober 31, 2001
At my front-door, I had a jackolantern, gravestones, and a lantern, as well as a "Trick or Treat" doormat. When someone would knock, I'd run the fog machine (which was inside the house) for a few seconds, then open the door... it would appear that I was stepping out of a thick mist as I opened the door. :) Unfortunately, the flash washed everything out in this picture. This shot was actually taken at night. With the flash turned off in another picture, nothing came out at all. I wish I could show here how creepy this looked under nothing but the lantern-light, and the glow of the illuminated pumpkin. Half the trick to making a good halloween display is correct lighting, which is why I never allowed flash pictures in my old haunted houses.

Also ruined by the flash, this is the view from the stairs that lead upto my front door.. Just by looking off to the right from the stairs, yousee my balcony with Herb looking back at you. This too looked wonderfullycreepy with him being illuminated by nothing but a lantern, and a "flame" bulb in the wall-lamp. In the window you can see the funky andmysterious glowing orb lights. The second picture shows a non-flashedview of them, so you can get a slight idea of how they looked. On the blacony, next to Herb, you can see the webcam and laser projector.In this shot you can't see much of the fluid-projector's output.. justbarely a corner of it, but it's hardly noticable unless you know whatyou're looking for. At night, the view from the street was impressive,with the swirling fluid patterns projecting nearly all the way up tothe roof.

Also ruined by the flash, this is the view from the stairs that lead upto my front door.. Just by looking off to the right from the stairs, yousee my balcony with Herb looking back at you. This too looked wonderfullycreepy with him being illuminated by nothing but a lantern, and a "flame" bulb in the wall-lamp. In the window you can see the funky andmysterious glowing orb lights. The second picture shows a non-flashedview of them, so you can get a slight idea of how they looked. On the blacony, next to Herb, you can see the webcam and laser projector.In this shot you can't see much of the fluid-projector's output.. justbarely a corner of it, but it's hardly noticable unless you know whatyou're looking for. At night, the view from the street was impressive,with the swirling fluid patterns projecting nearly all the way up tothe roof.

^topOctober 31, 2001
Also ruined by the flash, this is the view from the stairs that lead up to my front door.. Just by looking off to the right from the stairs, you see my balcony with Herb looking back at you. This too looked wonderfully creepy with him being illuminated by nothing but a lantern, and a "flame" bulb in the wall-lamp. In the window you can see the funky and mysterious glowing orb lights. The second picture shows a non-flashed view of them, so you can get a slight idea of how they looked. On the blacony, next to Herb, you can see the webcam and laser projector. In this shot you can't see much of the fluid-projector's output.. just barely a corner of it, but it's hardly noticable unless you know what you're looking for. At night, the view from the street was impressive, with the swirling fluid patterns projecting nearly all the way up to the roof.

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