I was giving a walking tour when I spotted this.
I found this on the streets of SF when I was living there sometime around 1995-1998. I hope whoever created it is still running amok.
I picture the person who lost this as an old hippie with wispy, shoulder-length gray hair who laments the loss of his youth and hair.
Had to wait 30 minutes for my doctor to see me, but it was worth it when I found this torn photo in the waiting room.
I found this stuffed in a small wooden shoe inherited from my mother’s side of the family. I wonder why the author bothered to explain that the shoes “mean absolutely nothing.” Should they mean something?
I found this treasure walking in the Potrero area of San Francisco. It was at the corner of Harrison and 24th. My friends and I find it totally charming and hilarious. We’re laying bets on the era it’s from.
This was taped to an electrical box at a Muni bus stop at Spear & Howard. I saw it on a Thursday when I left work, but didn’t have time to stop and read the whole thing until Friday. By Monday morning someone else had added the line at the bottom.
We found a series of slides on the street corner in the Sunset District while walking our dog… Some of them were professional travel slides, purchased on trips, but others were family photos, taken during holidays sometime in the early 1970s. The pictures made us happy and sad — so reminiscent of the 1970s middle … Continued
I found this random message on a piece of paper with a cat photo (cut out of a newspaper or magazine) pasted onto it, apparently, from someone’s sweet mother
Found this on the railing to a wooden bridge near the Buddha. Seems someone left more than a photo behind.