I found this Post-it note on the sidewalk outside of the building where I work. I spent the better part of my day trying to figure out which one of my coworkers wrote it, and whose back they stuck it on.
Thin thighs as it turns out, are the only important thing in life.
I’m guessing it was taken in the late ’60s and I couldn’t find any information about it besides a scrap of paper taped to it that read “Mung Dispenser.” That’s a whole lot of mung.
My friend, Kathleen, and I found this floating around on an elementary school playground.
I found this deep in the depths of a couch we got at a second hand store.
Found this on a sidewalk near Martha’s Vineyard a couple years ago. It still makes me laugh. What the heck!
I found this in an ashtray outside of work this morning, complete with dime and wristband on it.
I found this photo wedged in the back of “Love Is a Dog from Hell” shortly before I was to take it back and pay it’s $90 overdue fee. It’s probably not worth $90 but some things, found and unfound, are always priceless.
I found this slide about 10 years ago when I moved into my house. It was found behind a built-in shelving unit in one of the bedroom closets that I removed when painting. I tossed it into a box of pictures since I had no slide projector or scanner to view it with. About a … Continued
This photo was found in a drawer in a classroom of the alternative high school I attended. Since the school lacked funding, prom photos were taken by teachers with students posing in front of cheap backdrops. I’m not sure if the double exposure was an accident or done intentionally by a student in the darkroom.