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"Just a photo of some of my Fallout collection. Taken with my Canon EOS 500D and EF 35mm f/2 lens.
Fallout Anthology Mini-Nuke.
Pip-Boy Edition Pip-Boy and accompanying Vault-Tec crate.
The collector's edition VDSG. (Prima strategy guide)
Vintage 1950s Cold War bomb shelter water, the basis for the in-game 'Purified Water' item.
Some Nuka-Cola bottle caps!
I'm also currently working on various Fallout props, including weapons, other items, Nuka-Cola bottles, Sunset Sarsparilla, more bottle caps, some posters of my own design, etc.
The cans of 'EMERGENCY DRINKING WATER' are literally the ones from the game, canned in Boston. (These particular ones, on September 15th, 1953) I opened one because I wanted to use the can for something... And yes, I took a sip of the water (Otherwise what's the point, amirite?) and it tasted fine, even after 63 years. Just one sip though, before pouring the rest down the sink...I'm not crazy."