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Mini-Project: Photograph Something That Represents Fall

For our latest mini-Project, we want to create a big collage of the objects and images that represent fall for you.


For our latest mini-Project, we want to create a big collage of the objects and images that represent fall for you. Maybe it's a hat that goes into heavy rotation when the weather changes. Maybe it's a rake. Maybe it's a mug of steaming tea. Get creative. We'll arrange them all into one big image and publish it.

How to Participate:


1. Photograph something of yours that represents fall. If you can, use a white or mostly white background.

2. Write a description of the item and why it represents fall to you. It should be no more than 25 words long.

3. Send the picture and description to projects[at]goodinc[dot]com by Friday, November 19, at 12 p.m. PST. You have two nights.

We'll pull together an collage that's represents the GOOD community's picture of fall and publish it on Saturday, November 20.

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