Last week, photographer Dona Schwartz—in her kickoff off to a new series we're calling #Fieldwork—assigned the GOOD community to photograph their thanksgiving remains. The results are a collection of images shot by both internationally exhibited, and amateur photographers, encapsulating the diversity of the American experience of Thanksgiving. From Matthew Schenning's quietly composed Instagram'd wishbone, to Jordana Zeldin's picture of an empty chicken nuggets box photographed while waiting in a JFK flight terminal, these belly-full images make us feel at home wherever we are. Here are our eleven favorites. Thanks for participating and stay tuned for the next #Fieldwork assignment coming soon.
We asked you, our regular GOOD readers, to send us a picture of someone you admire. The nominees included siblings and parents, students and teachers, artists and free spirits, and many others. Take a look at the submissions in our Picture Show.
It's time for another crowdsourced Picture Show. And we need your help. This time around, we want you to capture an image of something you've found on the street.
the THEME Nicola recently posted a story about a broken-up couple who started a blog, Sad Stuff on the Street, to transition their failed long-distance relationship into a friendship. Their blog features images of old mattresses, deserted gifts, prosthetics, and the like.