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Thanks to a favorite site that I follow, I found another website that I would like to share with all of you. The concept is so simple that I can’t believe I didn’t realize its existence before.
At ifoundyourcamera.net, you can see weekly posted photos from lost cameras or orphaned photographs. Relevant info about where and when the camera was found are posted along with four pictures. Hopefully, someone who knows someone sees the pictures online and recognizes the people in the photo. Then, the lost camera or memory card is reunited with its owner.
Talk about creating some good karma! As someone who has previously lost a camera, I know the sinking-stomach feeling of losing precious photos and can imagine how much of a relief it would be to find them on a site like this. Kudos to the creator of this brilliant site.
So, the next time you’re out and see an orphaned camera, create some of your own good juju and help this site find its owner.
I lost a camera once…used to go on there daily to see if someone found it. It's a very handy website. Although I never found mine I used to read the stories of the people who did. A great website.
I lost my camera at the zoo last summer. I'm pretty sure whoever found it won't be advertising the fact, though… my husband had set it down for just a minute and it was gone. We harassed Lost & Found for a while, but then I gave up. Great idea for a website, though. I'll have to remember it if I ever find myself in the same situation again. :O)