Introducing The Winning Photos!

Thousands of people ride Greenlink – Greenville County’s public transit system – every day. On October 10, 2018, professional and amateur photographers rode buses from 5:30 a.m. to the system’s close at 7:30 p.m. to capture riders' experiences and stories during a Greelink Fare Free day.  A jury led by Eli Warren with support from contest sponsors The Jolley Foundation, Greenville Center for Creative Arts, and the Piedmont Health Foundation selected three winners, and readers of GVLtoday chose a reader’s choice winner.  The winners and honorable mentions (can you hyperlink to jump below winners here?) give a glimpse into Greenlink.

First Place

Prize $1,000

Photographer Jeremy Tufts

Title Re: Mix

Story Behind the Photo

Two riders share a seat on their ride home at the end of the day.

Second Place

Prize $750

Photographer Philip Garcia

Title 7:18 a.m.: ‘It’s what we do’

Story Behind the Photo

This mother and daughter leave home, walk to the bus stop, take that bus to the terminal, switch buses, and go across town to the little girl’s school. After dropping off her daughter, the mom waits for an hour for the next bus to do it in reverse. In the afternoon it’s a repeat of the morning routine.

Third Place

Prize $500

Photographer William Gabb

Story Behind the Photo

Tommy Crawford is waiting at 9:20 a.m. for a bus at the Greenlink downtown terminal.” | Tommy uses the bus to take him to work.

GVLtoday Reader's Choice

Prize $250

Photographer Bruke Brown

Title Marissa & Malik

Honorable Mentions

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