Not Able To Be Found (Because It Is Not In Its Expected Place)

Not Able To Be Found (Because It Is Not In Its Expected Place) 1, 2 and 3
Not Able To Be Found (Because It Is Not In Its Expected Place) 1, 2 and 3

I call some people “noticers”. These are the people who hear the calls of nightjars when everyone else on a rooftop in New York can only hear traffic. These are the people that find the trampled $100 dollar bill on Madison Avenue. These are the people that note the objects embedded in the asphalt in the middle of an intersection.

What is it with certain objects and their probability of turning up on a street? On the shoulder of a road?

Are these objects “missing”? “Lost”? Does noticing mean “found”? Once found what meaning gets ascribed to an object? Can the found or noticed object speak to other or larger losses?

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