Once again, I went to Youmacon in Troy, MI at the Hilton. And once again, the convention was awesome. The only problems I saw were the number of people (there was far too many for the size of the hotel, and luckily, the convention is moving to a larger hotel next year) and events were delayed (I assume because of the number of people, though). Overall, though, I had another awesome time.
This year, the pictures were taken on a digital camera I bought originally for school, but used here as well, a Nikon Coolpix L3. Thanks to my little sister, I found out that the camera has a scene option in addition to it's normal picture mode, which actually takes much nicer pictures, even WITH my unsteady hands. So the pictures this year are actually GOOD as opposed to last year (well, in most cases anyways...). All the pictures are scaled by 30% of their original size to fit on the screen better.
Taken on the first day of the convention, I was listening to the Spoony Bards while debating about whether or not I should go see the Opening Ceremonies (which I heard were late, as has happened every year so far). I then saw that Johnny Yong Bosch was there listening to them as well. So I got someone else to take my picture with him. (Now, unfortunatly, I hadn't yet changed the camera to scene mode, so this is a little blurry, not my fault though.) Looking at the picture now, I apparently had my eyes partly closed and was looking away. I have no idea why.