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Garry Cook Jun 25
Found on a memory card in a camera I just bought.
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Davide Manti May 20
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The 35mm Project Jul 7
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Steven Broome Aug 14
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susan fahy Feb 22
rare find enters the Fugitive Testimonies Archive family portrait as an icon
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Matty Life Jan 6
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Steven Broome Jul 21
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susan fahy Mar 15
found photograph at fleamarket studio shot unbound from its album but still she smiles out from the past from Fugitive Testimonies Archive 2019
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Junket: Tossed & Found Apr 19
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chasing-sky Jan 12
I added a couple to my collection yesterday. Nothing particularly special about these, I just thought the clergyman was strikingly handsome and the…
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Jane (still a bit sparkley, still the odd twinkle) Feb 7
No idea what this photo is but I like it
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Chronic Nostalgic Jun 5
"No one can see you're crying in the rain. Also, you can't cry without a face." - Charlie Chaplin. . . .
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The Darkroom Jun 19
A portrait of an unidentified man posing in a studio in Lewiston, ME around 1900. What is his story? Who was he?
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Ashley van Dyck Feb 18
one month til the submission deadline for this year's loads of great exhibitions to submit to.. including mine.
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MARKonPARK Jan 10
Margot likes roomy sleeves, cocktails, and staying on pitch. Vintage studio portrait via
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Ashley van Dyck Mar 3
two weeks left til application deadline artists working with found photography, join this exhibition in the wonderful
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Chronic Nostalgic Jun 9
Feeling cute, might sacrifice you to He Who Walks Behind the Rows later. . . . Photograph by Ray Cryderman
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Steven Broome Jul 11
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Michelle Abadie May 23
Found / amateur / vernacular photography is part of a big exhibition at Arles this year - wish I was going!
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Steve Benoit Jan 29
How this exposure found its way into my garage, I have no idea. We’ve lived here for 6 years and this is no one in my family. But I can say that this made my day. .
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