We’re all familiar with the concept of the lost photograph, images forgotten in pockets, left behind in taxicabs or on the sides of streets. Their abundance can be found at antique stores, vintage shops, flea markets, anywhere that the once loved belongings of a person can be recycled and purchased by another.
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