"I found a camera on Dublin in Colorado Springs on June 15th, 2008. Unfortunately the camera had be run over by a vehicle. But the memory card was intact containing 204 pictures. Appears to be a cruise with a stop in Machu Pichu? Identify the brand of camera and I will gladly mail it to you."


8 comments:

Julia said...

It's actually Chichen Itza, a late classic Maya site on the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico... the building is called Kukulcan Temple or El Castillo.
Chiche Itza is a day trip from Cancun, so chances are thats where these people were staying.

Joël said...

Warning: I don't think e-mailing the camera's brandname will prove anything, as all camera's register this information in every pictures it takes.

This picture is taken with a KODAK CX7530 ZOOM DIGITAL CAMERA, you can tell if you save the file, right-click and chose 'properties'. Just thought you should know to ask for other info than camera brand / type / etc.

Anonymous said...

Moreover, the ferry has a big "Trans-Caribe" label -meaning, the cruise stop was probably located somewhere in the Atlantic Ocean.

Machu Picchu is located in Perú, which is located front of South Pacific Ocean. Two different oceans.

Anonymous said...

This is chitzen Itza - in Mexico! You may put this in the Mexico lost photos?...Maybe, is there more wrong pictures located in wrong places...

Anonymous said...

So were the pictures not from Machu Picchu? My friends lost theirs on the plane.

Anonymous said...

I don't know where the pictures were taken. But there are pictures from a cruise ship as well. The camera was found on a road in Colorado Springs. Is that your friend in the picture?

Anonymous said...

The cruise line is Carnival and the ship's name is Ecstacy (judging by a second picture posted on the facebook page that has the cruise ship in it). Is there a date anywhere while they were on the cruise?

Anonymous said...

The cards has pictures dated 08/26/2007 through 9/14/2007.

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