The Disposable Memory Project leaves disposable cameras around the world so people can take pictures and pass them on, with the hope that the cameras will eventually return home. So far they have released 340 cameras in different countries, 28 have returned, and 98 were already found. Some even came all the way from Mongolia, Greenland, Gambia, and Australia. Isn't that just amazing?
I love how each photos give us glimpses of these faraway places from a very simple camera. And the fact that people actually took the time to pass it on and send them home is very inspiring indeed. I'm even tempted to release a camera of my own.
You can read more about this project, how to participate, or see more photos here.
All images taken from the disposable memory project.