I work in a used bookstore. I found this in a copy of “The Birth of Tragedy and The Genealogy of Morals” by Friedrich Nietzsche.
I have no idea what this photograph is of, it was a random find on a street. On closer inspection, the photograph has that texture of many shoes treading it into the pavement. I’m pretty sure it is meant to be this way up, as there is a sign on the left-hand wall which I … Continued
After collecting found photos for twenty-five years, I was incredibly proud of my thirteen-year-old son, who presented me with a disposable camera he found under his bunk at camp. When we developed the film, we decided this was our favorite shot.
My husband and I found this photo in a library book. Written on the back is “Claude at Dusk.”
I discovered this picture on the outside window ledge of a restaurant that used to be a railroad depot in Louisiana. I don’t know what the guy is rolling up – it’s kind of like he stops mid-toke with that regular cigarette when he sees what the other guy is working on. If you blow … Continued
I found this at Ashby Bart in 2002. I always wondered who this kid was and why his mom or dad sat him on the table next to the paper turkey.
Stuck between the seat cushions at The Majestic Diner.
I found this picture in a disposable camera while working on a college campus. There were also a bunch of birthday pictures that turned out really faded. I found it funny that only the goat picture was the only one that survived. Since then I’ve had it taped to my car visor to remind me … Continued
Found this left behind from an eviction in front of an old house.
I was coming back home from school, and it was just laying there on the ground. I will look for them on campus, but I probably will not find them. People that happy do not stay long anywhere. They spread themselves thin and leave a piece of themselves in each one of us. This is … Continued