Day 216/365 - Make BIG money!

The Triganic Pu has its own very special problems. Its exchange rate of eight Ningis to one Pu is simple enough, but since a Ningi is a triangular rubber coin six thousand eight hundred miles along each side, no one has ever collected enough to own one Pu. Ningis are not negotiable currency, because the Galactibanks refuse to deal in fiddling small change.

  • Shutterbee by Liz 6y

    Very nice! Dwarfed by capitalism!!
  • Spencer Davis 6y

    cool picture
  • John Flinchbaugh 6y

    I thought this was a composite of a real person at first. The DoF is just right on this image. Excellent work.
  • Holly 6y

    Yay for Douglas Adams!
  • emeraldhobbit 6y

    This is excellent.
  • ken&nicky 6y

    Cool shot, nicely done
  • Carlos López Molina 6y

    The idea is original, but the composition of the image & space splitting is very well chosen
  • Kilometric Stud 6y

    Hi, you're invited to post this photo on Giants, titans and little men.
  • Nipun Tantia 6y

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    very nice details and clarity.....i wonder where did you got all those small figures......?
  • Silent Twilight 6y

    The little men and women are bought at a model rail road store - HO scale. There's all sorts of on line places to buy the HO scale figures as well.
  • David Swales 5y

    Again nice work. You do have some great ideas for fun photos. I am sorry that you didn't your comments in the Comment on my stream group. I hope that this helps make up for the lack of comments.

    I have had a great time looking through your stream. I am having a tough time at work and really need some cheering up. This visit to your stream has helped

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  • al13cool 5y

    Nice Picture, I'm going to use it as part of a blog post that I'm publishing this morning

  • Dara Russell 5y

    nice pic.
  • vihor-72 vihor-72 5y

    cool picture ............. :)
  • ou_alumna 3y

    Great picture - I'm looking to work it into a couple of blog posts that updates seniors, families and other investors on the types of investment fraud scams currently in use.
    We work to educate investors, retirees and the elderly on how to avoid financial scams and internet fraud. If folks have lost their retirement money because of fraud or bad brokers, we work to recover their financial losses for them.
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Taken on August 4, 2009
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