"I found this camera during Mardi Gras in New Orleans this past February. These photos document a wonderful trip and I would hate to see the person who took them have to forget any part of it on account of a lost camera!"

13 comments:

Carley said...

If you have any pictures of the tail number you can look up the owner of the plane and possibly find out whose photos these are.

Anonymous said...

i swear i know that guy from somewhere, i just cant remember where!

Anonymous said...

This photo looks like it was taken at the Air Space Musuem in Orlando Florida... had to of been recent!

Anonymous said...

actually it looks like fantasy of flight near lakeland, FL..i actually have almost the same picture of the b-17

Anonymous said...

As "Carley" said, if you can identify an "N Number" anywhere on the aircraft, (sometimes also shown on the instrument panel near the radios) you can use the following website to gain information about the owner of the aircraft.

http://myairplane.com/databases/aircraft_report/

I Found Your Camera said...

Thank you very much Carley and anonymous!!

I will follow up this information to the person who submitted the photos and see what we can do!!

- Matt

Anonymous said...

Looks like it could have been taken at the Air Show in Belle Chase (Louisiana)...

Anonymous said...

I posted these pics originally. This is a link I found when following a name on one of the planes:

http://www.352ndfightergroup.com/assoc/KeepemFlying/CripesAMighty3rd/CripesAMighty3rd.htm

It seems like this man was visiting where these planes were stored...thus, finding tail numbers on the planes wouldn't help in locating him.

Anyone else recognize anything?

Anonymous said...

Hey! I am pretty sure that that is "Old Sarge Oberon" George Metz.

I know him through a costuming club where I am also a member. I met him briefly in 2005 at a big convention.
http://www.legionxxiv.org/trooper124/


I have just sent him a mail with a link to this site.

Funny that a guy from Denmark (me!) can be of assistance. The world is pretty small sometimes.

Anonymous said...

Danish anon again. Just got a reply back from George, and it is him. Pictures were apparently taken in Orlando at the Fantasy of Flight airshow. He would very much like to get in touch with the finder. You can write to him using geometz@comcast.net. Another camera and memories return to their rightful owner. Great website Matt!

Anonymous said...

the plane picture is actually and exhibit at the D-Day museum in New Orleans off of Lee Circle. The are dummies not real people. And the plane is a canvas hang-glider prototype.

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