Lost Photos

Even if we don’t know the people, the faces, postures, and surroundings provide a snapshot of a much larger story…. It’s a collection of photos begun by Frederic Bonn, who found a few photos in 1998 on a street in Paris and decided to post them on the web.

I think photos are cool. They’re like little windows into people’s lives. Even if we don’t know the people, the faces, postures, and surroundings provide a snapshot of a much larger story.

I came across this website through Photomojo. It’s a collection of photos begun by Frederic Bonn, who found a few photos in 1998 on a street in Paris and decided to post them on the web. He’s continued to post more lost and found photos. It’s a neat collection of forgotten people and moments from the past.

2 thoughts on “Lost Photos

  1. I was in that “exiled” place yesterday to get some father’s day cards. When I was checking out, an older couple came up to the register. They had just printed a bunch of old photos to give to their sons for Father’s Day. One photo was 43 years old. It was so cool and he was so proud to be sharing it with the checker and me. It’s such a blessing to be able to save memories in that way.

    Happy Father’s Day Jason! Capture some memories of your own!

    Babs

  2. Thanks, Barb! Deb and I have been enjoying our new digital camera. We also bought Michael a small digital camera for his 8th grade promotion. I’m hoping he and I can explore this hobby together.

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