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20 Ultra-Satisfying Pictures Of Things Organized Neatly

By Madeline - 4 min read

Let’s meet the organized photographers who won the Everything In Its Place Mission

There’s no shame in showing off how neat and tidy you are! In fact, there’s a certain satisfaction that comes from seeing things organized neatly, each in their own place. From expansive bug collections to meticulous store fronts, tidy town planning to perfectly packed camera kit bags, this image collection has it all.

Keep scrolling to see 20 pictures of things organized neatly – and creatively!

Directly above view of leaves on white background

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grellgrau

Everything In
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Michael Jones

Aerial view of parasols and lounge chairs at beach
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German Conejo

High angle view of apple slices on baking sheet

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Karina Garrido

The Graveyard

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Thelise S. H. Photography

FULL FRAME SHOT OF WHITE SURFACE

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Daniel Kaden

Full frame shot of floral pattern

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びた(bette)

Empty bench against trees and grass in park

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Wally Wallrus

Close-up of metal wall

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Jonny.bongos

High angle view of modern buildings in city

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Flo

CLOSE-UP VIEW OF WHITE BACKGROUND

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Razlan Yusof

Full frame shot of decorations on shelf

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SungJae Cho

VIEW OF CITY
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David Lambert

CLOSE-UP OF MULTI COLORED OBJECTS FOR SALE IN MARKET STALL

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Arun Bhaskar

Shrimps arranged at market for sale

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Phuong Nguyen

CLOSE-UP OF PLANT

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Marino Pili

Antique containers for sale on table

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Nazir Azhari

Wooden forks and spoon on table

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The Wolffather

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Настя

Full frame shot of colorful toy cars arranged for sale

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Johanna Furuhjelm

The photos above are the winners of the Everything In Its Place Mission with Getty Images. Congratulations to Grellgrau, whose photo (top) was picked as the ultimate winner! A Polaroid Zip Instant Mobile Printer will be on its way to you shortly.

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Header image by @Solvy.