"I found the camera at Allagash Falls on the Allagash River in northern Maine."


7 comments:

Anonymous said...

i really like the last picture


its not mine though

Anonymous said...

You really need to blur the faces of children. Nursery schools all over the country (including the one i work in) have all sorts of strict rules about this, and many MANY parents refuse to give permission for their child's image to be used. It isn't just paranoia, terrible things happen, and you can't possibly know the situation in these people's lives. For instance, there are children in my school who come back to school after the summer with new names and addresses because they are hiding from an abusive parent.

To begin with, no matter what your intentions are and no matter what good you are doing and no matter how legal it may be, this IS without a doubt an invasion of privacy and a risk, you are making a huge assumption that these people are fine with having their photos (whose rights they OWN) and their identities (which are very personal) put on public display. I know you won't remove the site, but the least you need to do is conceal the identity of small children, God forbid something should happen you don't want that on your head.

Anonymous said...

Hey anonymous,I mean Stef,quit saying the same thing over and over in the comments.No one wants to hear it and no one cares.

Amanda said...

Stef quit it

Anonymous said...

I am sorry, but I completely disagree with the post below. This site is a wonderful thing and the creator should be commended, not berated. Losing a camera with memories that can not be replaced is terrible and personally, I would risk a photo of my chile being placed on this site to retrieve all of the memories lost with losing a camera.

CHILL OUT.

Anonymous said...

I think it's fine to be showing the kids faces but to intentionally say that you would risk a photo of your child to find your lost memories sounds kind of sketchy. I prefer my child's safety over pictures of her.

Anonymous said...

Blurring faces of children... never know the situation... terrible things happen...

Wow - talk about paranoia.

This is a great service. All bets are off if someone who is "hiding" or protecting children for some reason takes a photo of said child and than loses the camera.

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