"We found 3 Sony memory sticks back in April 2006, in Nashville TN. They were found along Broadway in Nashville. I have held on to these since then."













(IFoundYourCamera is a continuous project dedicated to reuniting lost cameras and orphan photos with their original owners. If you recognize any of the people on this blog, please contact us)


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11 comments:

Anonymous said...

In the picture outside the church, can you see the name of the church on the sign at all? Might be able to figure out where it is from that?

Anonymous said...

We are the ones who found these sticks. I remember taking them to a Walgreen's in Nashville to try and find something on them to clue us in on the owners. Unfortunately, we weren't able to make out a name on the church either.

Anonymous said...

How is it going to a Walgreen's going to help you find a clue on the owners. What did you do? Ask the cashier? The cashier is probably an out-of-towner who probably hasn't seen the owners in their life time! I have been living in a small town for over 15 years and I can tell you I don't know anybody. And if I go to the local CVS, I can tell you the cashier is more worried about not being caught eating a booger than who is the guy standing next to him/her. Nashville is a tourist city, forget about going to the mom and pops shop. You make me laugh.

Anonymous said...

Uh, I guess it didn't occur to you (4/22 commenter) that maybe the Walgreens employee was helping them enlarge the images or use other types of photo manipulation to find clues (such as making out the name on the church).

Thank you for your efforts, Finders of the Sticks, and ignore the hecklers.

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Anonymous said...

Might it be possible that the photos were taken in England/Scotland seeing as there is a bagpipe player and a man wearing a kilt?
Also, the Rolls in the picture has a tax disc in the bottom left of it's screen. That is definitely a British thing but I don't know if it's an American thing too.
Just a thought.

Anonymous said...

I know, I am supposed to ignore the hecklers...but I must 'defend' my actions.

We went to Walgreen's to view the pictures. Thinking (silly me!!!) that maybe there would be something on the stick to clue us in on the owners........before we headed home (3 hours away).

I can assure you once we saw the pictures, (knowing they were of people from another country...and we had no way of knowing that until we VIEWED them on the screen) that we did not bother those Walgreen's employees.

What a dummy I am...thinking something might be on the pictures to help find the owner. OH! WAIT! Isn't that the purpose of this site?

Carry on...

Anonymous said...

The person two posts above me is right! The tax disc in the car windshield is a British thing. In the US and Canada it is instead a sticker you place on the license plate.
You have a very good eye for noticing that.

VertigoVirgo said...

Ignore the hecklers...they just want to be ignorant when they see someone trying to do a good thing. Continue the good work! :)

Anonymous said...

I have contacted local news here, hoping maybe they can help find the bride in the pics...

very cool idea, this website...

hope they find my camera lost in vegas...

i know they say what happens in vegas stays in vegas, but i didn't know they were referring to my camera too...lol...

Anonymous said...

Actually, that moron doesn't know what he's talking about, because everyone in Nashville seems to know each other. It's like 2 degrees of separation, max.

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