FOUND by Leigh Anthony Dehaney in Calgary, Alberta, Canada
I found this in an abandoned house slated for demolition (#218, 25th Avenue SW, now demolished). There are about 20 of these and they all remind me of “photo assignments” from art college. Really interesting & conceptual images I think.
FOUND by Brittney Nichole in Inglewood, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
During a period when my car was in the shop, I took the bus to my babysitting gigs in Inglewood for a week – a VERY long ride. One morning I arrived pretty early, and instead of showing up at the door and hanging around awkwardly, I decided to take a walk. I found this guy lying wet on the sidewalk a couple blocks away. It took a little effort to preserve it due to its wet, fragile state, but it was so worth it.
FOUND by Michael Daines in Calgary, Alberta, Canada
This photo was found in the kitchen of a community hall where a punk rock show was being held. It depicts a common Calgary tradition: a “stampede breakfast,” where free pancakes and sausage are served. Of note is the fact that the pancake is in mid-flip, and the flipper of the pancake is making direct eye contact with the camera.