Silver Plaque Winners for January 1999
Les Pages a Marc, Marc's Pages - superb nature photographs, illustrations, postcards, desktop themes and java. All original work that you will not see anywhere else on the Internet, and multi-lingual to boot. Posted January 30, 1999.
Dharma The Cat's Philosophy With Fur - Based on an international cartoon strip that blends spirituality with humor. The site provides an excellent platform for students, educators, home study and discussion groups in the fields of philosophy, religion, spirituality, cartoons and humor. Posted January 16, 1999.
Pure Illusion Arabians and Crossbreeds - All about horses, Arabians, and dressage. Includes tips about training, care, showing, and recommendations if you think you'd like to do this yourself. Posted January 15, 1999.
UFO's The Beginning of a New World - UFO research, latest sightings, Roswell, brand new MJ12 documents (over 100 formally top secret papers), abductions, crop circles, is that enough, there's more. Posted January 11, 1999.
In The Middle Of NoWhere... - A multi-lingual site based in Newfoundland containing original graphics for the web of illustrations, photography and links of interest. The photography is absolutely marvelous. Posted January 10, 1999.
Nefer's Home Page - This site is done in an Egyptian theme to display their work of 25 years with sacred geometry and the rediscovery of an ancient mathematical system perhaps used in the building of the Great Pyramid. Posted January 8, 1999.
Asthma : research - A French doctor's devotion to his son is represented by his dedication to research about the disease that killed him. Also visit Our Guests to meet Jacques. Upgraded January 8, 1999.
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