|Click on the pictures below to see larger versions|
|This is my
Jack-O-Lantern from 2002.
Notice the ghosts projected on the wall.
|The front of our
house. The spiderweb is lit from below with a flourescent black
light. The bead curtain is lit from above with a
flourescent black light fixture with a strobe setting.
|This is my
Jack-O-Lantern from 1999.
The front of it is carved like Dr. Jeckyl drinking from a test tube. The back of it is carved to project an image of Mr. Hyde on the wall behind the pumpkin.
|This is another picture of the same, but using an 80a filter (corrects color when using daylight balanced film indoors without a flash.)|
|Tanja and me|
|Everyone agreed that Rick took the cake for best costume! (Without the camera flash, his arms were as dark as his face)|
|Our friends Mindy and Jeremy. I have to say that a pumpkin makes a great costume for a woman that is 5 months pregnant! (And don't you think that Jeremy's hat is just perfect for that costume?)|
|Even Bubba the adopt-a-cat (he really belongs to the next-door neighbor, but spends most of his time on our front porch) got into the Halloween spirit with a bat bow-tie!|
| Tanja and I at Nick
in '98 (I had to make sure that I mentioned the location so that no one
would think that all of that mess is at MY house!)
Picture by Nick Holland.
The front is carved like a castle silhouetted by a full moon. The back is carved to project an image of the full moon and a cloud on the wall behind the pumpkin.
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