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This Camera Returned, after 3 Years Missing at the Bottom of a Muddy Creek

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On July - 21 - 2017

This Camera Returned, after 3 Years Missing

This Camera Returned, after 3 Years Missing



Image credit: Photograph by John Noerr

What would you do if your camera and its memory card plunges into a muddy creek during a camping trip? Of course, with a heavy heart, you’ll give the camera up and deem it lost. Even if you’re to be able to find it, it’ll be in a state of irreparable damage.

But there’s something different to this specific story of such a predicament. A camera and its memory card were able to return to its owner after 3 years of being lost at the bottom of a muddy creek. Read the rest of this entry »

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