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Winner Announced: Take a Picture of Something Neglected that You Wish Would Be Restored

GOOD community members picked a photo of a dead stingray as the winner of our Crowdsourced Picture Show About something neglected that should be restored.


Each month we ask the GOOD community to help us create a Picture Show. During November, we asked for pictures of something neglected that should be restored. It was interesting to see the varied ways submitters interpreted the theme of this Picture Show. We received images of deserted buildings, potholes, and lost loved ones. Just take a look in our Picture Show.

We’re happy to announce our winner, Bridget Davidson. In her image, a dead and shriveled stingray reminds her that "nobody wants to die alone in a strange place."

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Submissions: Take a Picture of Something Neglected that You Wish Would Be Restored

A collaborative Picture Show created by none other than you, the GOOD community, about something neglected that you wish would be restored.

In the beginning of November, we asked you, the GOOD community, to help us create a Picture Show about something neglected that you wish would be restored. During the month, we received images of deserted buildings, potholes, and lost loved ones. The images captured both a sense of loss and hope for renewal.

Unfortunately, we were unable to fit all of the entries into the slide show. But we did our best to select a handful that honors the missed and forgotten. (Captions by the photographers.) Above, we present to you the collaborative Picture Show created by none other than the GOOD community.

Now we need your help: Vote on your favorite submission by commenting below now through December 7. The winning entry will be announced shortly after, featured on our homepage, and printed in the next issue of GOOD. We’ll also send a GOOD T-shirt and a free subscription (or gift subscription) to the winner.

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Project: Take a Picture of Something Neglected that You Wish Would Be Restored

Help us create a crowdsourced Picture Show about something neglected that you wish would be restored.


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