One of several slides found in a Kodak carousel, dated 1970. It’s been fun scanning them in and piecing their story together image by image. Judging by the other slides, this photo was taken at a small family get-together.
I was walking with my boyfriend to an event on Thanksgiving Day and I found this picture face down on the sidewalk. The back says “James 11-21-2012.” I’m assuming it came from the Rescue Mission down the street.
We always eat in our company’s cafeteria. As you walk out, there is a board of comment cards for people to express their feelings on the cafeteria food. So as we leave, we often read them for a little laugh. This card was just hilarious. I had to take it. If someone has frustrations about the clumped pepperonis on their calzone, I can’t even imagine their home life problems.
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.