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Project: Crowdsourced Picture Show About Water

In June, we asked you to help us create a Picture Show about water. The response was overwhelming and your submissions made us giddy: we received photos of all kinds of water from oceans to swimming pools snapped from around the world. Unfortunately, we are unable to feature all of them, but we did our best to choose a range of images that capture water from a unique perspective. Below is a collaborative Picture Show, made by the GOOD community.

Now it's up to you to choose a winner. Vote on your favorite submission by commenting on this post. We'll announce the winning entry on July 26. The winner will receive a GOOD t-shirt and a year's free subscription to our magazine.


Vote away!



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