The small town of Bliss, Idaho, is 'disappearing' photographer Jon Horvath has created a capsule of life there

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"Horvath wove photos of found arrows (pictured here on a road to White Arrow".......but the picture doesn't show any found arrows. It shows an impossibly large, fake arrow that is normally used to point tourists toward some tourist attraction or other, usually in the American Southwest. Not sure how they figured it was a found arrow. Someone, or someones, put it there.
 
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Are you saying that a journalist would not ever lie?
 

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"Horvath wove photos of found arrows (pictured here on a road to White Arrow".......but the picture doesn't show any found arrows. It shows an impossibly large, fake arrow that is normally used to point tourists toward some tourist attraction or other, usually in the American Southwest. Not sure how they figured it was a found arrow. Someone, or someones, put it there.

Does in English the term "found" necessessarily refer to something lost or accidentially placed?
Does it not also refer to objects or persons hidden, or to coming across a place in a less searching manner?
 
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His essay should give people here ideas for doing essays of their own making. I did a small 3-minute video essay of short video clips and stills of our local fire department training to put out fires. They also gave my fellow seniors and neighbors the opportunity to practice using handheld extinguishers.


Here's another even shorter one of our NJ forest fire service burning of brush. Unfortunately, it needs a beginning and end and is more middle. This one is scanned 35mm Tmax 400
 

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"Horvath wove photos of found arrows (pictured here on a road to White Arrow".......but the picture doesn't show any found arrows. It shows an impossibly large, fake arrow that is normally used to point tourists toward some tourist attraction or other, usually in the American Southwest. Not sure how they figured it was a found arrow. Someone, or someones, put it there.

It's an arrow. It was there and he found it.


Kent in SD
 

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Does in English the term "found" necessessarily refer to something lost or accidentially placed?
Does it not also refer to objects or persons hidden, or to coming across a place in a less searching manner?

You are correct. I find it interesting that people take such pains to twist language.
 

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"Horvath wove photos of found arrows (pictured here on a road to White Arrow".......but the picture doesn't show any found arrows. It shows an impossibly large, fake arrow that is normally used to point tourists toward some tourist attraction or other, usually in the American Southwest. Not sure how they figured it was a found arrow. Someone, or someones, put it there.

That's not a so-called fake arrow, it's a gate in the shape of an arrow. They mean "found arrows" like "found objects." The meaning of the text is clear: Horvath found arrows to photograph and used them as a motif.
 
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