The Mini Cooper has slightly not enough room for my friend to fit in the trunk.
At the tint shop
My friend posing outside a window tinting shop near where I live.
My car shows off its lights. Hooray for Mazda!
My friend shows off her fang. I was dropping her off at the time and totally did not realize that I was holding up a truck behind me.
She's beautiful though.
I found this little guy in my room one morning. Belongs to the people who live across the hall.
If I recall correctly, this is a field near Danville Regional Airport in Danville Virginia.
My friend in the freshly tinted car.
I met her at a party, never saw her again.
My friend's cat Jinx.
I am displeased
Stop bothering me. I'm sleeping on a towel.
Foggy Night II
The lights really show up well.
An example of gel electrophoresis, set up for the TV studio.
She's a model!
Old friend gives me her glamor pose, and shows me whom she is trying to emulate.
My roommate was trying to work, I was taking pictures. I don't think he realized I was taking this one.
The glasses she's wearing distort her perception - her eyes are lying to her.
In Georgia, no one knows how to drive in the snow. These three must be from out-of-town.
My friend strings beads together to resemble a neuron.
Get off the floor, Dad!
Joe and Crush
My friend is not a fan of Crush the turtle.
Foggy Night I
It got really foggy one night, so I took pictures.
Foggy Night IV
I like this shot.
My friend getting out of the tinted car.
Foggy Night III
More foggy night.
My parents watching a group of Revolutionary War reenacters in Trenton.
Snow on a tree (I forget what type)
Chamblee High School has a fully functional, albeit small, TV studio. It's usually this crowded in the control booth.
This mighty robot was not ours.
Here are my co-workers from several years ago. I forget their names.
Snow collects on stop lights.
Dr. Kyle Frantz teaches neuroscience with aplomb.
Read! It's rad!
Former roommate of mine, chilling at his workspace.
One trip to Fry's was all it took for me to install a blue light in my G5. I even came up with the idea there.
The Institute on Neuroscience kids make thank you cards for the labs they visited.
Night Street 1
The view from my window.
Late night at Waffle House with some of my friends from back home.
Night Street 2
More from my window
My apartment's living room
My messy desk, and camera bags on the bed.
WREK's computer, other view
The other side of WREK's computer
Stephanie's an artist!
Stephanie was sitting outside, drawing.
Nick fiddling with his hat
Nick was fiddling with his hat.
WREK was getting rid of this old computer, a relic from days of old when we were in the Annex. It was too nicely graffitied to let go without memorializing photographically.
Athelia, the model
Before I cropped it, the picture looked like this.
Ben chilling and grilling