The ending year was nothing short of distress, bad news and the like. From the gigantic drama in Haiti to the ongoing wars of the worlds, memories of anything good that happened in 2010 have no chances to hold for long.
TIME Magazine revisits this doomed year with some of the best pictures it published. Here is a selection of them.
Photographed by Shaul Schwarz / Reportage / Getty Images for TIME
The Port-au-Prince cemetery had no more room, but the dead kept coming.
Photograph by Shaul Schwarz / Reportage / Getty Images for TIME
The devastating January 12 quake registered 7.0 on the Richter scale.haiti
Photographed by Ragnar Th Sigurdsson / Arctic Images
Eyjafjallajokull’s eruption lights up the Icelandic sky. It was an awesome spectacle, but the ash that followed created a global mess.
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Recently I was going through the latest posts on the New York Times’ Lens Blog (http://lens.blogs.nytimes.com/), and found this picture:
Released rom a prison of Sollicciano, Italy, 20 Jan 2009
In one picture (above), Paolo Woods caught my eye. His website showcases a wide range of the work he has done over his career as editorial photographer and photoreporter in 1998. He has published several books on more than actual topics: oil, war in Iraq and Afghanistan, Iran, or the Chinese Presence in Africa. Read the rest of this entry »