Many photos: some large, some small
Since I'm terrible at taking care of tangible objects,
I decided that the best way to maintain photographs is
to scan them in and immortalize them on the Web.
I hope some of them amuse you, too. (Note: These photos are
now over 4 years old and from back when I lived in Pittsburgh!
I haven't gotten a chance to
put more recent ones up yet.)
From left to right: Doug, Dafna, Srini, and Neil.
Dafna, Jim Stichhnot, Doug, Cris Lindquist, Neil, and Srini, at a
cafe atop Mt. Washington.
Here I gorge myself on pie while Neil dishes it out.
Srini, stupefied after his defense.
Housemates past and present
Here we disembowel pumpkins while Neil demonstrates culinary innovations.
Neil empties little Zoe's pockets of change
while I look on disapprovingly.
Here we pose in a commercial for Gullifty's.
Here we walk the Freedom Trail in Boston, single file
so as to avoid breaking the rules.
Doug Rohde, relaxing peacefully in his office. Note
the Nerf weapon on the shelf.
Doug Rohde and Adam Kalai grin and smile, respectively.
Adam Knudson having a bad hair day.
Everyone's in character at Neil and Cris's wedding.
People in Pittsburgh and beyond
The sukka we built and decorated for Sukkot '95.
Ofer Barkai taking the bull by the horns on Wall Street, Manhattan.
Friends from college
Castedo Ellerman, now a star forward for Microsoft's new
professional basketball team.
Castedo during a rare timeout.
Norbert Burger, getting cozy with a metallic friend in Atlanta.
Castedo 'N' Norbert at CNN Center in Atlanta.
Scott Ganschow on the Sears Tower sky deck in Chicago.
ACM at UIUC members look into the Pacific in Crescent City, California.
Dan Simms offers spaghetti to a reluctant Ryan Grant and a
carefree Kristen Buxton.
Natalie, Norbert's sister, and I, in front of an
enormous fish in Atlanta's Buckhead district.
- Photo 5a.
My brother, my father and I pose for my camera-shy mom.
- Photo 5b.
My brother Danny at his doctoral graduation ceremony
with his then-fianceé Kim.
- Photo 5c.
My grandma Phyllis, step-grandad Johnny, and his
two great grandsons, Henry and Eli.
- Photo 5d.
Here I eye my first of many delicious birthday
cakes as my father's sideburns and collar
conspire to take over the world.
- Photo 5e.
My parents at my brother's wedding!
- Photo 5f.
The wedding party outside Captain Jack's, near where my brother proposed.
- Photo 5g.
Danny and Kim outside their home with their
- Photo 5h.
Kim's sister Jill on her parents' farm, with a nameless little furry friend.
- Photo 6a.
On Crystal Peak near Mt. Rainier.
- Photo 6b.
Whitewater rafting with some Microsoftees on the Sauk River in
With the ACM bunch in Crescent City, CA.
My family's Jack Russell terrier, Nicole, at age six.
A squirrel I ran into in Central Park, Manhattan.
Mt. Rainier, as seen from the northeast side of the park.
CMU's Hamerschlag tower can easily be seen from
Panther Hollow Road in autumn.
Beautiful Chicago, looking north from the Sears Tower sky deck.
Manhattan, as seen from the wake of a ferry to Staten Island.
Brooklyn, as seen from the top of the World Trade Center.
Looking up the Duquesne Incline in Pittsburgh.
A 3D jigsaw puzzle of a Bavarian castle, solved
expertly by Stewart Clamen, Jim Stichnot, and me.
- Photo 10a. A sculpture takes some time out from shopping to read and relax in Harbor Town, Hilton Head Island.
- Photo 10b. The Harbor Town lighthouse
- Photo 10c. These palmetto trees are conspicuously colinear.
- Photo 10d. Progress. The only thing about this view from Palmetto Bay Marina on Hilton Head that has changed in the last year is the enormous cross-island expressway bridge in the background.
- Photo 10e. Salvation. A democratic approach to evangelism in Statesboro, Georgia.
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