I love this idea. I have found several projects on the web, that are based on attaching a disposable camera to a package, with instructions asking postal workers to take photos with it. The results are surprisingly good and give a wonderful insight into the journey of parcels!
Have a look at these examples:
an article about Matthew McVickar’s project in Lomography’s Tipster magazine.
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