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Oh, the places we go

The medium: photography. The product: a calendar. The muse: the toilet. In September and October 2013, contestants submitted their visual ode to commodes on social media using #placeswego and we collected the entries here. See the winners and download the calendar here: http://www.defeatdd.org/oh-the-places-we-go-calendar

A recent trip to the hardware store revealed Germany's options for toilet seat designs. Which one is your favorite? Submitted by WASH United via Instagram.

Pour-flush latrine and handwashing station in rural Bangladesh. Submitted by ICDDR, B.

Submitted by ICDDR, B.

Kenya: The Pit Latrine shown in the image is shared by a small homestead in the Mwea South area, close to the vicinity of Mwea Mission Hospital. Apart from its poor and quite shaky build, the toilet is riddled with rusty iron sheet walls and this has proven to be quite bad especially during the rainy season. Submitted by George Karugu Maina.

My Mother said she could hear the birds singing as she returned from the Ladies toilets at the petrol station at Norton Canes Service Station on the M6 toll road. I had to go & investigate the Gents & walked into this amazing display of Sunflower colour with bird songs recordings & all. Submitted by David Ditchfield.

West Bank: Use as little water as possible. Submitted by Lori Bakken.

West Bank: Little flush, big flush. Submitted by Lori Bakken.

Style of some toilets in Jordan. Submitted by Lori Bakken.

Poland: A place to wash hands after using the outhouse. Submitted by Lori Bakken.

Ethiopian guest house main floor bathroom: privacy concern. Submitted by Lori Bakken.

Customs, Middle East. Toilet paper is a luxury. Submitted by Lori Bakken.

"Bowl Plaza"- an eccentric, artistic 4 year project, 18' tall toilet tank, mosaic art work on the exterior and interior of the public restroom/art attraction. Designed and built under the supervision of the Grassroots Art Center. Submitted by Rosslyn Schultz, Executive Director.

You can´t see a toilet? It´s because they don´t have one and are using this river. For #PlacesWeGo, washing clothes, and even for drinking water. Submitted by Marin Wesian,

Northern Ugandan family toliet, no door. Submitted by @MaternalEarth via Twitter.

Rural Nepal school toliet with a door. Submitted by @MaternalEarth via Twitter.

Ghandi-ji's Toilet in Wardha, India. Submitted by Ina Jurga.

Oldest toilet in Potala Palace, 2006. Submitted by Ina Jurga.

Outside toilet in Tibet with stunning view. Submitted by Ina Jurga.

Everyone loves toilets. Even toy people. Submitted by Thorsten Kiefer, WASH United.

Everyone loves toilets. Even toy people. Submitted by Thorsten Kiefer, WASH United.

Taken at a school in the district of Atsaphone in Savannakhet province, Laos. Submitted by Liyen Chin.

Composting latrine in Belize. Submitted by Renée Johnson, Sustainable Harvest International.

Composting latrine, Belize. Submitted by Renée Johnson, Sustainable Harvest International.

Gladys Ndambuki, Sanergy Sales and Operations Area Manager reminding everyone to "Be You. Be Clean. Be Fresh." saner.gy. Submitted by Nicole Parisi-Smith.

Imagine there was a toilet here. What would be the real story behind this funny drawing? Maybe a wish? Submitted by @DarlodoMaroc via Twitter.