Whats your most precious object?

Photography Objects posted on Jul 07, 2005
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Rather nerdish, but mine is a copy of the first Zelda game I got signed by the creator. I am curious what other peoples most precious object is though? Say or upload your own pictures :) (no dought people will have much more deeper/meaningfull things then me.)

Comments (7)


NMDesertRat 12:37AM | Fri, 08 July 2005

great shot, although the lighting is off, try to put it off to the side. Right now you cannot tell its Zelda.

Blue_Spawn 11:23PM | Thu, 18 August 2005

I think your most precious material object is probably something you yourself created. Even when you don't realize that it's your most precious. On the "critique" level, I would suggest reposting the image, as it is definetly hard to tell that you're presenting a "Zelda" game.


DarkFlame 5:45AM | Wed, 23 November 2005

Was there other gold-cart games except Zelda? ;)

Kadaeux 9:53PM | Wed, 15 February 2006

I have to say that my most precious object would be my third leg. (You adults know what I mean.) And i agree I did'nt know what it was at first.

nhirschberger 12:50AM | Thu, 16 February 2006

Thank you very much for your support ! Well, my most precious object is an old PDP11 processor that I got from an engineer who worked for DigitalEquipment. Thanks for sharing your most precious object ! Fantastic idea !!!

tony_br22 3:48PM | Thu, 16 March 2006

he ha .. what a cool idea ... makes me think about what I find to be my most precious object. Thanks!


DukeNukem2005 2:17PM | Sat, 17 May 2008

Wonderful and excellent work of art.

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