I found a CompactFlash memory card a few years ago in West Philadelphia between Drexel University and Amtrak's 30th Street Station. For the longest time I couldn't access it and had no idea what might be on it, until my uncle randomly gave me a multi-format card reader for Christmas and I finally got to look at them. It seems to be from a vacation in London.







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20 comments:

Catlin said...

They're not mine but I really like the idea of your website!

I've never found a camera so I can't post or anything...

Laurie said...

I agree, great site! I lost my camera in Costa Rica...but I'm pretty sure the cab driver stole it.

Geoff said...

One picture is definitely in the London Eye big wheel

Vick said...

I'm impressed! Love it :D

Anonymous said...

Yeah It's In The London Eye So It's Proably The Camera Of A Tourist To London :) Hope The Pics Find Their Way Home x

Do It Like a Chilean. said...

Once i found a camera in my university. It had pictures of someones family, grandparents, house and then PENIS.

We gave it back.

And called him penis every time since.

I think one time he heard.

Heidi said...

I've bookmarked this website as I'm extremely nosy and interested in found items. This is a great way of reuniting people with their lost memories. I'll be coming back!

The Quoibler said...

This is one of the coolest new sites I've ever seen. Awesome idea! I'll bookmark it, too!

Angelique

(P.S. We once were given the wrong pics from the developer. They were of some VERY hot guys and girls doing naughty things on what looked to be a Greek island. We gave the prints back, but not before we ogled them for a while!)

Sunshine said...

I'll be bookmarking this blog, I think it's a fantastic idea. Maybe one day I'll be able to post something.

I like it when people are considerate of other people.

Trish, Ohio said...

I really like the idea of this blog. I lost 2 rolls of film 10 years ago on a cruise ship. They were our honeymoon pictures.
I hope they show up on here one day!

Anonymous said...

Indeed a great idea for a site! I am a librarian and we often find photos inside the books (and on the photcopier also). Even when we leave the pictures in very plain site, they often do not get reclaimed. Once, though I recognized a library patron and he was happy to have his old family photos back. Thanks for Found Cameras and Orphan Pictures!

Anonymous said...

Frank, I think... your kind of my hero:)

Anonymous said...

i lost a camera, well my dad lost it, in Atlanta and it had pictures of the dali lama and other events that we went to in Atlanta. id love to have it back if whoever has it reads this ;)

Anonymous said...

what a great idea! i found some pics of my mom, about 10 years after she died. it was a wonderful surprise because i don`t have many pics of her and i love them very much. i`ll come back!!!

Anonymous said...

That is the LondonEye because I have pics just like that.

Lola Is Not A Show Girl said...

This is such a good idea. It proves that there are good people out there. I am going to add this to my favorites on my page. Maybe someone will click on it and be reunited with lost memories.

Charlie said...

THATS ME! im in the grey shirt! i just called my friend and this is her card!

Nancy said...

Hey! These are my pics! That's me! Any idea how I can get it back? Thanks!

MADA said...

That's me too! this is crazy! Nancy...can you send me the photos when you get them back? i dont' think i've ever seen them. what a great little reunion.

hopediggy said...

i just lost my camera today on the 26 bus in the northeast today. i am so upset... i had it since christmas and it contains 2 gigs of photos. im lost. so lost right now.

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