My Famous Miniature Treasure Chest
#1
A news article / blog post about the finding of Forrest Fenn's Treasure used a photo of the miniature treasure chest I constructed out of scrap lumber and cardboard as an illustration:

https://www.okwhatever.org/topics/wtf/fo...n-treasure

(Scroll down about halfway through the article.)

I find this use of one of my Flickr photos to be quite exciting as I have been following, off and on, the story of the hunt for Fenn's Treasure for a number of years.

The same photo has appeared in other online articles in the past:

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The treasure chest was originally constructed for unearthed during a Monster High photo project:

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They're not dolls, they're action figures!
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#2
Haha cute idea. Like the movie National Treasure or the Goonies.
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#3
That’s quite a story… Lots of questions as with any “treasure“ story. At least they gave you credit for using your photo.
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#4
That is a pretty brilliant thing. And they gave you credit
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#5
That's super-cool treasure chest, I'm glad someone recognized and appreciated it! And the excavation photo is brilliant!
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#6
What is so funny is that anyone just looking at the treasure chest photo does not realize it is a miniature.

Your MH girls look great all "dolled" up for a treasure hunt.

Cute wagon also.

Making stuff, playing with dolls,good positive vibes,  such great therapy.
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