There’s a homeless man who lives on a street corner that I pass by every day on my way to school. One day he was gone, and in his place an open bag with things spilling out, this Polaroid blowing away.
This was tucked away in an old photo album being sold at a Goodwill-type store in Sioux Falls. There were more pictures of these brothers (?) in their hunting gear.
Found tucked in the sleeve of an album that I bought at Goodwill (Emitt Rhodes self-titled solo debut). Dated August, 1974.
My car was stolen from the front of my house. When it was recovered a few days later, these were in my car: -A dusty, leather and wood chair -One volume of the Christian bible -This crumpled snapshot of plaid-clad girls
Found this outside my apartment while walking my dog in the morning.
Found in a briefcase in an abandoned Chevrolet Dealership on the West Side of Cleveland. I’m guessing its from the early 70′s. I have no idea who this guy is but this is a definite finders-keepers situation.
I found this weathered b&w print in my front yard. I noticed that the image was printed in reverse so I held it up to the mirror to reveal that the embroidered name on the shirt read “Capt Earl.”
Found in beat-up secondhand copy of The Abomination by Paul Golding.
I was going to take the 2:20pm train from Richmond, CA, to Sacramento, CA, but I had just missed it. While waiting for the 3:48pm I found this picture face down on the tracks. Sometimes it not so bad to miss a train. Written on the back: “hey! i’m 1 & i got daddy confused … Continued
I found this in a mix of of old slides from a thrift store that I bought to test out a projector I found on the street earlier that week. Good news, the projector works like a charm.