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What if everyone on Earth took a photo at the same exact moment?
It would be the most thorough snapshot of mankind itself! On 10-10-10, One Day on Earth got pretty darn close to accomplishing just that.
The One Day on Earth project asked people all over the world to take a photo or film footage of the most important thing to them on October 10, 2010.
They were able to reach out to a wide array of people all over the world through 60 non-profits and the United Nations.
The resulting footage is an exciting peek into what matters to who around the world: everything from each other to science to politics to the environment.
There’ll be another day of shooting on 11-11-11 this year, so click on to see how you can take part in a collective snapshot of Earth!
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Published on October 31, 2011 — See more Photo Projects
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