Monday, February 13, 2012

The Most Powerful Images In 2011

Online edition of BuzzFeed published a list of the most impressive pictures of the year. Most of the photographs that shocked the world in 2011, is occupied by natural disasters – the tsunami in Japan, tornadoes in the United States, drought in Africa, floods in Thailand. A considerable proportion of occupied and photo riots in the streets of Britain, Canada, USA and the revolution in Egypt.
An employee of a Charitable Organization with the help of photographs of rotting HIS Corpse iPad Cows during the Drought in Africa. Eruption Puyehu (Puyehue), Chile.

Office workers are trying to escape from the high-rise building during the massive earthquake in New Zealand.
Robert Peraza, who lost a son September 11, 2001 knelt at the side of the northern basin, along the perimeter of which are carved the names of those killed in the attacks on the World Trade Center.
Light installation in the form of two twin towers in memory of September 11, 2001 in New York.
Flooding in Thailand

Flooding in Thailand
The consequences of the tsunami in Japan
A protester shows his ass police during a protest of representatives of trade unions and workers who require protection of workers in the EU, Brussels, March 24.
Tornadoes in Alabama, USA
In China, the bride before the wedding, which threw the young man jumped from the seventh floor balcony and miraculously managed to pick up and save.
The consequences of a tornado in Missouri, USA.
A female participant resistance salute welcomes the withdrawal of troops on the Benghazi Muammar Gaddafi and the beginning of the operation of international forces in Libya.
The tsunami in Japan.
Girl, located in the temporary isolation for the detection and treatment of radiation, looks at his dog through the glass.

Egyptian Christians to protect Muslims are praying.
Tsunami in Japan
The doctor examines Mihag Gedi Farah, a child of seven months with a weight of 3 kilograms 400 grams in a field hospital of the International Rescue Committee in the town of Dadaab, Kenya.
Members of the National Security Council received an update on the mission against Osama bin Laden in the Situation Room of the White House on May 1.
Police United States has used pepper gas against an elderly woman who participated in the “occupying Wall Street.”
The first couple entered into a same-sex marriage: 77-year-old Phyllis Siegel (Phyllis Siegel) and 85-year-old Connie Kopelev (Connie Kopelov), which consisted in a relationship for 23 years.
Dust storm in Arizona
Police disperse opposition supporters, using tear gas and water cannons to paint the city Kampala, Uganda.
Revolution in Egypt
Hundreds of cars covered with snow at Lake Shore Drive February 2, 2011 in Chicago.

The dog died of the military lies in his coffin at a funeral in Rockford, Iowa.
The photo was taken during the riots, arranged hockey fans in Vancouver, Canada.

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