We saw this video camera — with an expensive Nikon long lens — sitting on a stone in the rubble. We looked inside the camera. There was a memory chip inside. The lens was filled with water. It was not broken; that was suprising. I felt a connection when I was holding the lens, because it was a professional sort of lens. I was wondering what happened to the owner of this lens and the video camera sitting next to it. We are still trying to see what’s on the memory card. There’s water damage and we don’t know if we can discover whatever’s inside, but we’re curious. There’s a name and an address and a phone number of the person on the camera. I know that the mobile phone doesn’t work, but we’re wondering if the person is somewhere. The photographer lives in the town that’s completely wiped out. So we’re just guessing — maybe he was filming until the tsunami came. I don’t know what happened to him.