There's something mysterious and a little bit sad about old photos you find in bins and boxes at flea markets or antique shops. As a writer, I'm fascinated by them: who are these people and what were their stories? Turns out, the Tumblr feed Look At Me was founded on the same curiosity. Creators Frederic Bonn and Zoe Deleu started with just a handful of prints salvaged from the streets of Paris; now the project has expanded to include countless other spellbinding finds.
Scrolling through, I can't help but think what great prompts these photographs would make for a creative writing exercise. As the site states, "[These people] can't help but be interesting, as stories with only an introduction."