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2008 in photographs (part 2 of 3)

2008 has been an eventful year to say the least - it is difficult to sum up the thousands of stories in just a handful of photographs. That said, I will try to do what I've done with other photo narratives here, and tell a story of 2008 in photographs. It's not the story of 2008, it's certainly not all stories, but as a collection it does show a good portion of what life has been like over the past 12 months. This is a multi-entry story, 120 photographs over three days. Look for part 1 from yesterday and part 3 tomorrow. (40 photos total)

Imam Hashim Raza leads mourners in prayer during a funeral for Mohsin Naqvi at al-Fatima Islamic Center in Colonie, N.Y., Monday, Sept. 22, 2008. Naqvi was a Muslim, a native of Pakistan (he emigrated to the U.S. with his family when he was 8 years old and became a citizen at 16) and a U.S. Army officer. He was killed by a roadside bomb while on patrol in Afghanistan. (AP Photo/Mike Groll)
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259 comments so far...
1.

27 is amazing!

Is there a way to get this picture with a reolution high enough to use as a wallpaper?

Posted by KL December 18, 08 12:33 PM
2.

wwuuuu it is bioutifoul!
I like the picteurs

Posted by Claude P. December 18, 08 12:35 PM
3.

Oh!! 24# and #35 are... are...

Posted by Pablo December 18, 08 12:37 PM
4.

Indeed 27 is amazing, I'd like it as desktop too.

Posted by Alex December 18, 08 12:47 PM
5.

#29... nightmare!

Posted by walker December 18, 08 12:49 PM
6.

Picture #10 is proof that the face really is natures shock abosorber.
Thanks for the great pictures.

Posted by raul briseno December 18, 08 12:51 PM
7.

that eagle with the white eyes is extra creepy

Posted by Claudius December 18, 08 01:08 PM
8.

#21 is very disturbing and says a lot about society today.
An injured man obviously in need of help surrounded by his "fellow human beings", and all they can do is to go for the money shot.

Posted by Appauled December 18, 08 01:26 PM
9.

Is it just me or does it seem like 40 is just weirdly out of place? I mean awww---ewww, but Big Picture worthy, meh.

Posted by Jesse December 18, 08 01:26 PM
10.

When I saw it the first time on here I thought this and now that I'm seeing a second time I still think this....

#20 is the most incredible picture I've ever seen.

Posted by Neal December 18, 08 01:30 PM
11.

WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOw

Posted by homCUR December 18, 08 01:40 PM
12.

I find #8 to be quite comical... segways... I love it.

Posted by Curtis December 18, 08 01:49 PM
13.

definitely #27 is my favorite too

Posted by ryan December 18, 08 01:49 PM
14.

I am totally stunned by these photos.SIMPLY THE BEST!

Posted by Amílcar Tavares December 18, 08 01:50 PM
15.

#31 looks spectacular. The little girl in a red dress completely stands out with her innocence and naivety as all the ladies around her commence prayer

Posted by Andy December 18, 08 01:52 PM
16.

why isn't anyone trying to help the injured man in photo #21?

Posted by melanie December 18, 08 02:15 PM
17.

I suppse the best way to obtaina hig res version would be to contact the owner ie 27 .. "Andy Clark" but hten again the super high impact that these pics invoke , would most likley mean the cost of obtaining them would be high as well

Posted by k December 18, 08 02:26 PM
18.

@ 1 and 4,

Why don't you google the photographers name, contact him and see if he would sell you a copy. I'm sure he has a family to feed and deserves the compensation for his work.

Here is his blog: http://blogs.reuters.com/photo/author/andy-clark/

Posted by Breck December 18, 08 03:00 PM
19.

@ melanie. I think that's what makes P#21 standout. That's what the photographer ironically captured - that no one was helping, everyone was documenting... No one could put down the camera for a few seconds.

Posted by Dave.B December 18, 08 03:22 PM
20.

#27 is at 4:20pm i assume

Posted by Anonymous December 18, 08 03:38 PM
21.

Isn't #8 from an Austin Powers movie?

Posted by Pete December 18, 08 03:52 PM
22.

You guys did the best site ever.

Posted by Amaral Junior December 18, 08 04:28 PM
23.

KL - I have a mac, just ctrl+click on the picture and scroll down to 'Use picture as desktop image' - PC, can't help.

Posted by TC December 18, 08 04:29 PM
24.

In #12 the guy on Usain Bolt's left (right from photo POV) is Shane Crawford not Wallace Spearmon

Posted by Bill December 18, 08 05:00 PM
25.

Those Eagles, LOL.

Posted by shineslikesun December 18, 08 05:02 PM
26.

40 is disguisting

Posted by jah shaka December 18, 08 05:35 PM
27.

Alan they are even better the second time around (segways, house standing after Ike, etc....)

Happy Holidays to you and I hope you get a huge bonus : ) This is (no doubt) the best part of boston.com

Posted by denheels December 18, 08 05:50 PM
28.

About #21

The reason they aren't helping him is because it would do nothing in the Bigger Picture (eh, see what I did there?). There are many others like that man in need of help nearby and if they really wanted all the photographers could spend all day finding people to help. They make far more of an impact by showing the rest of the world the violence taking place so that people can make a change on a larger scale, instead of just satisfying their pity on one man. If you help one man, then only one man is helped. If you show the world that people need help, then many more than one man will be helped.

Try to have some perspective.

Posted by Mattan Ingram December 18, 08 05:57 PM
29.

PC's even easier. Right-click the image, select set as background. BANG! Take that Mac-nazis!!

Posted by BigBear December 18, 08 06:19 PM
30.

why are them serbs there and FC red star. theres other countries in balkans besides serbia

Posted by 100jan December 18, 08 06:22 PM
31.

#31...wow, absolutely fabulous!

Posted by Bob December 18, 08 06:23 PM
32.

@23 - That will only download the image and set it as a background. It wont give you a higher resolution version, so depending on your screen size, it could look terrible.

Posted by Tim December 18, 08 06:24 PM
33.

TC: KL asked where he can get higher resolution images, not instructions to save theese ones.

Posted by Gábor December 18, 08 06:25 PM
34.

you can increase the resolution with photoshop. you can also download and print these at cvs for $4, which is a cheap way to get ridiculous art. I can't wait for tomorrow's installment.

Posted by thomaskelley December 18, 08 06:37 PM
35.

KL - I have a mac, just ctrl+click on the picture and scroll down to 'Use picture as desktop image' - PC, can't help.

Im using windows.
Right Click+Set as wallpaper

Posted by DiscoBiscuit December 18, 08 06:53 PM
36.

Being a photo journalist must be a very hard job. I'm sure the human in every one of the photographers wanted to put down their camera and help the injured man in photo 21. A picture is worth a 1000 words indeed.

Thank you for telling the story.

Posted by Lucas December 18, 08 06:54 PM
37.

I had a lot of tears looking at these..and a lot of smiles.

Posted by Junkie December 18, 08 07:21 PM
38.

All these photos are amazing. good job! Yes, what a year 2008 was, huh? 2009 will be a year of amazing things, also. I'm looking forward to that.

Posted by Jack December 18, 08 07:24 PM
39.

24 and 35 are totally black.
I'm in Switzerland.

Posted by alex December 18, 08 07:30 PM
40.

for #35
“when disaster strikes the people who are believers they said to the lord that Oh Lord we are your assets and without the shadow of the doubt we will return to you one day” (Quran)
I would like to extend wishes and sympathies and I would pray to ALLAH ALL MIGHTY that MAY ALLAH gives families of these officers strength to out themselves together at this moment AMEEN.
MAY ALLAH BLESS These officers & GIVE THEM& THEIR FAMILIES PEACE. AMEEN (PAKISTAN ZINDABAD InshAllah)

Posted by Muhammad Moazzam December 18, 08 07:40 PM
41.

#6 is fantastic.

#8... Aww, aren't they just so cute!!

Posted by Linda December 18, 08 08:45 PM
42.

#12 is SHAWN CRAWFORD, not Wallace Spearmon. A long time ago, I was his 10th grade English teacher. Amazing then, amazing now!

Posted by Mrs. Graham December 18, 08 10:09 PM
43.

The word that comes to mind when I look at The photo of the photographers taking pictures of a mans dead body is... VULTURES.

Posted by Peace December 18, 08 10:47 PM
44.

I was blown away by pretty much all of them, but I was touched most by #1 & #19.

Posted by pike360 December 18, 08 10:59 PM
45.

just awesome !!

Posted by oberst December 18, 08 11:11 PM
46.

I cannot see 24 & 35. Only get a black rectangle with the description.

Posted by fagun December 19, 08 12:58 AM
47.

@Peace - he's not dead, he's "injured". Photographers have jobs to do. Medics have jobs to do. Don't confuse the two. I'm a photographer and I'm not, nor will I ever be, qualified to render aid to someone who is injured. Someone without training can do much more harm than good. And in the case of foreign conflicts, press is often left alone because of impartiality to the situation. Rendering aid might just get a photographer/reporter involved in a situation he/she should have nothing to do with and could get themselves injured or killed as well.

Posted by tehiv December 19, 08 01:22 AM
48.

WoW.....Thank you for this website! All incredible photos. # 6, particularly heartbreaking........and those Eagles in # 39, goodness gracious, does it not look like they are speaking with their looks? Incredible...

Posted by Carmen December 19, 08 01:36 AM
49.

Look at the face of the eagle in the center of pic #39. Doesn't it says "How could we fall so much. I'm so embarrassed!"

Posted by George Nedkov December 19, 08 03:39 AM
50.

wow,perfect image,thanks for show these

Posted by vahid December 19, 08 03:59 AM
51.

#39 protect animals from hurt! stop the catastrophe!

Posted by loco December 19, 08 04:15 AM
52.

#35. It very sad to see what is happening in Pakistan. Ordinary people, and policemen in this case, are suffering the brunt of this terrorist menace. Our wishes and prayers should be with them at this difficult time in their country. Let us hope that sanity prevails and peace comes to Pakistan.

Posted by coldrain December 19, 08 04:37 AM
53.

#13, I was one of them...

Posted by TK December 19, 08 04:48 AM
54.

i love scroll up and down #17 :=)

Posted by Latente December 19, 08 05:25 AM
55.

This pictures amazing! Thank you for telling the story.

Posted by Seval ASLAN December 19, 08 06:05 AM
56.

thanks

Posted by Anonymous December 19, 08 06:35 AM
57.

31 is the best !
Amazing photos

Posted by Mário December 19, 08 07:06 AM
58.

About #34 I believe that the picture is the skeleton of Jerry the mouse not Tom the cat

Posted by Tom Cat December 19, 08 07:11 AM
59.

I love The Big Picture. Can't wait part 3/3. And of course: THANKS.

Posted by underdog December 19, 08 07:17 AM
60.

Whats will happen to this world, only God Knows!
But we can all pray for the bad circumstances to become good. And the good ones to become so good that living on this earth feels like living in heaven.

Posted by Anonymous December 19, 08 07:43 AM
61.

very nice

Posted by Jiya December 19, 08 07:45 AM
62.

The issue I have with #21 is that there is a swarm of photographers around this one man. I wouldn't expect a journalist to help an injured person, they have to be impartial or they will be seen as bias by one side or the other. However, for no less than 14 people to stand around an injured man is more harmful than not. Whether it is meant to or not, this photo doesn't convey the woes of an injured man, it conveys the opportunistic attitude of a the photographers in the shot.

Posted by Alex December 19, 08 08:17 AM
63.

super increibles y porsupuesto muy buenas....

Posted by ATroya December 19, 08 08:46 AM
64.

The last one is so intimate and private.

Posted by The Baltimore Babe December 19, 08 09:57 AM
65.

As usual, excellent job!
I hope these pictures make people discover things, open their mind, think about our beautiful and fragile world, moderate their opinion in a wide range of things, and think again, as they do for me.
And eventually we should try at our humble level to make things better, and feel and behave as citizens of the world, forget the differences and focus on what makes all of us humans. Think about you role in the Big Picture ;-)

And I have to quote Mahatma Gandhi:
Whatever you do will be insignificant, but it is very important that you do it.
You must be the change you want to see in the world.

Posted by Nevo December 19, 08 10:05 AM
66.

thanx for everything

Posted by Anonymous December 19, 08 10:37 AM
67.

Lots of really awesome photos. Like.

Posted by denisig December 19, 08 11:09 AM
68.

Mesmerizing and educational, although the photo quality seemed a little better in part one, and even though part two is still too depressing for me, I liked the P2 content better than P1. I do understand that most of the media is currently a little past the peak of a very long 'no news is good news' cycle. Being the trees the media has difficulty seeing the forest, but this too shall pass. Unfortunately the media effect on the zeitgeist forest is substantial. Great photo series! Can't wait to see part three. Thanks.

Posted by Dave B December 19, 08 11:12 AM
69.

Because FC RED STAR AND its fans are FEARLESS stojane misu mali !!!!!

Posted by Okvals Cizal December 19, 08 12:06 PM
70.

#21: Did anyone help this man after they stopped taking his picture?!

Posted by Jim December 19, 08 12:49 PM
71.

Even with the pictures of a severed foot..I find #21 to be the most disturbing.

Posted by Rich December 19, 08 01:18 PM
72.

I have sent your link to all my contacts in spain, part 1 was a huge hit.
Well done!

Posted by Christopher December 19, 08 01:46 PM
73.

I can't believe prachanda made it to this list!

so people do keep an eye on Nepal politics after all :D

thanks for the great pictures..

Posted by Nepaliboy December 19, 08 01:59 PM
74.

fantastico essas incriveis fotos.

Posted by Alex Prata (ô truta) December 19, 08 02:21 PM
75.

#8 looks like a banksy creation

Posted by luke December 19, 08 03:01 PM
76.

These Photos are amazing, it makes me fell a lot of sensations, i love it.

Posted by Fedamale December 19, 08 03:04 PM
77.

I can't see the point of #40 ... Ok I'm french and maybe I'm not neutral about it but still ... !

Posted by bsod December 19, 08 03:13 PM
78.

#8 and #27 are the best pictures

Posted by luke December 19, 08 03:22 PM
79.

#40 makes me sick.

Posted by beurk December 19, 08 04:24 PM
80.

Great photos indeed.
How about the copyright? Am I allowed to show this photos on my homepage if I am referring to the photographer?

Posted by walter December 19, 08 04:45 PM
81.

#37. Another Western atrocity probably whitewashed with some sort of celebrity shite. Terrible.

Posted by johan ives December 19, 08 06:50 PM
82.

wooow

Posted by Anonymous December 19, 08 07:08 PM
83.

Dear 100jan

It's about pictures, not about nationalities.

Some people will never learn...

Posted by DD December 19, 08 07:48 PM
84.

Great job! Thanks to the Photographers from germany!

Posted by binh truong December 19, 08 07:50 PM
85.

Incredible photograhphy! A few thoughts;
Pic 17: 3d poster! If I stare at it long enough...
Pic 27: Love B.C, and Vancouver!
Pic: 29: I know it's mechanical, but my impulse would be to kill it! The movement
creeps me out!
Pic 39: In the steam room of the Eagles club, it was easy for everyone to tell
Bernie was getting high again.

Posted by Bdub December 19, 08 08:03 PM
86.

lolz at the eagles

FAIL!

Posted by nosehablarmuybien December 19, 08 09:51 PM
87.

No matter how many times I go back and look at #21 ... The thought "staged for the cameras" comes to mind ...

Posted by Alcabiades December 19, 08 10:44 PM
88.

I have a question though, probably a stupid one but, don't eagles get rained on/snowed on, etc? Wouldn't that freeze up their wings like the fish guts? Or maybe the fish gut protein make them stickier..just wondering...

Posted by Carmen December 19, 08 11:08 PM
89.

Some nice colourlul pictures.

I still prefer balck and white pictures.

Posted by IAN December 20, 08 03:16 AM
90.

30. Fantastic
Delije Sever
Serbia

Posted by DS1989 December 20, 08 05:17 AM
91.

Thank You for the pictures. They're great and very educational.

Posted by Ted December 20, 08 06:02 AM
92.

Tanks, to send me picture.But i like cute picture.

Posted by akwinder December 20, 08 06:25 AM
93.

I like this picture.

Posted by akwinder December 20, 08 06:37 AM
94.

40 very nice

Posted by am3is December 20, 08 06:43 AM
95.

@29 Followed that spider all over Liverpool when it was here. Absolutely fantastic.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/narco/sets/72157607142764186/

Posted by Mark Roche December 20, 08 07:51 AM
96.

30

that is a best supporters of the world!!!!!!!

DELIJE SEVER
SERBIA BELGRADE RED STAR!!!!

Posted by delije sever 1989 December 20, 08 08:14 AM
97.

I absolutely love these pictures!
Meike, Holland

Posted by Meike December 20, 08 08:51 AM
98.

One of the best Collections EVER!

Posted by Ahmet Topal December 20, 08 09:58 AM
99.

I love the smiles in #6.

Posted by Richard December 20, 08 10:22 AM
100.

Wow its amazing that we are at the end of year 2008. This year flow by too fast....

Posted by jakejohn December 20, 08 12:20 PM
101.

Kitayskiy specnaz prosto porval mne mozg. Rydalblya pod stolom))) KC

Posted by Kitaec December 20, 08 12:55 PM
102.

Where is part 3? It was supposed to be posted yesterday...

Posted by Mark December 20, 08 03:25 PM
103.

I think the first photograph is a wonderful image. To many, the subjects within it would be a natural juxtaposition - but really, it's a wonderful representation of the diversity within the US. Kudos for making it the first image in part 2.

Posted by Mandy December 20, 08 05:42 PM
104.

#30 WOW
RED STAR FANS...WOW

Posted by WOW December 20, 08 06:06 PM
105.

30!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Best fans in the world!

Posted by Max December 20, 08 06:13 PM
106.

that's the lamest excuse i've ever heard for not helping someone. bully on you and any other photographer making a living on human misery. if that excuse is what you tell yourself to get to sleep at night or look yourself in the mirror in the morning without puking, so be it. but don't pee on my leg and tell me it's raining. the real reason is cowardice and or heartlessness. take your pick. you are no better than the papparazzi.

Posted by sophron December 20, 08 06:31 PM
107.

right on Jesse, thought just the same

Posted by ruben December 20, 08 07:02 PM
108.

#15
"An unidentified crying Georgian woman" but she looks as Osetian woman

Posted by Warchild December 20, 08 10:55 PM
109.

Is the photographer of #21 any different from the ones pictured?

Posted by Eddie Campbell December 20, 08 11:19 PM
110.

For the people saying that it doesn't matter if the photographers helped the man in #20 because they are so many other people they could be helping that it won't make a big enough difference, why does it matter if it won't help other people? It would of helped that man, right then. You can't save everyone without one.

Even if none of them knew how to help the man, the could of called medics, attempted to reassure him that help is on the way and that he won't be alone as he waits for help to arrive. Even if they can't speak his language, staying with him and being encouraging could do him a world of good.

Posted by A.Miles December 20, 08 11:56 PM
111.

quite amazing.

thx..

Posted by arthur1989 December 21, 08 12:01 AM
112.

#14:
Be afraid, afraid!

Posted by Russian December 21, 08 12:20 AM
113.

Very Wonderful

Posted by Anonymous December 21, 08 12:28 AM
114.

N 14 Don't be afraid, but stay vigilant,,, and cautious. We are RUSSIANS

Posted by Pavel December 21, 08 07:22 AM
115.

Amazing shots! I learned a ton about news this year, and I consider myself 'Up To Date' with current news and such...talk about an ignoramus!

And to the Photographers, you all should be commended. Brilliant work. You are the story tellers and the novelists of the modern day.

Posted by R.C. Cowand December 21, 08 07:44 AM
116.

#30 is the best.

Posted by dsoptimus December 21, 08 08:14 AM
117.

Pic #21 is controversial. It can be staged (i can agree with that), but as it stands, it portrays a number of guys that seem to think more on a Pulitzer prize (shoud I shoot with f/16 or f/22) than anything else. In the end I can't help but recall the story of Kevin Carter. Read the story here:

http://flatrock.org.nz/topics/odds_and_oddities/ultimate_in_unfair.htm

HUMANITY MUST PREVAIL!

Posted by alettriste December 21, 08 11:30 AM
118.

nice

Posted by eric wong December 21, 08 11:40 AM
119.

#12 comment is wrong. Usain Bolt's time was 9.69

Current world records list:
http://www.iaaf.org/statistics/records/inout=O/discType=5/disc=100/detail.html

Posted by Robert Chafer December 21, 08 04:04 PM
120.

#119 - That is the 100m record you show, but the picture 12 shows and comments that it is the 200m race.

So it is you who is wrong :o)

Posted by foz101 December 21, 08 09:16 PM
121.

To commenter #51...

It is sad that the eagles are suffering, but THAT'S what stuck out to you about this whole series? What about the countless horrible, sad situations for people chronicled in these pictures?

Please don't think I don't care about animals. I do. But your perspective seems very off to me.

Posted by Lindsey December 22, 08 12:27 AM
122.

A picture says a million words and these pictures are truly telling us something about humanity.

Posted by muhammad December 22, 08 12:39 AM
123.

Saakashvili is idiot. Kill and destroy him.

Posted by Anonymous December 22, 08 06:04 AM
124.

Based on the faces of the politicians in #37, it doesn't seem like they cared much about it...lol no surprise there i guess

Posted by Timo December 22, 08 06:42 AM
125.

You can read the story in each of these pictures. You can feel what is going on

Posted by Chris December 22, 08 09:52 AM
126.

An update from Gilchrist TX, picture #20

http://www.cnn.com/2008/US/12/22/last.house.irpt/index.html

Posted by denheels December 22, 08 09:54 AM
127.

With regards to photo #21, the violence that occurred here in South Africa was horrendous. This photo is good, but the one that really stuck in my mind was a picture of a immigrant that was necklaced. He was on his knees in flames while police were attempting to put him out.

It made me feel physically sick that people could render so much hate for a person they had never met before

Posted by Andrew Aungiers December 22, 08 10:24 AM
128.

In #12 the American athlete in the picture is Shawn Crawford, not Wallace Spearmon. Also, it is important to list the world record as 19.30 not 19.3. The extra decimal place indicates the full degree of precision of the timing.

Posted by Curtis December 22, 08 11:12 AM
129.

I have to say #20 has to be the most amazing picture of the entire year

Posted by JIm December 22, 08 11:43 AM
130.

so what, it's a great atmosfere on the game !!!
ili imas neke komplexe, posto si hrvat !?

Posted by Cape December 22, 08 12:19 PM
131.

Representante brasileira no #32. Pena que não seja por um bom motivo...

Posted by Marcos Lauro December 22, 08 12:55 PM
132.

Makes me wish to travel the world

Posted by gerry cooper Canada December 22, 08 01:11 PM
133.

very good... these pics show wt is happening around the worl wheter people know it or not

Posted by brazuka December 22, 08 02:16 PM
134.

Re photo #39 I rather doubt these eagles are suffering from anything more than overeating. It might not occur to all visitors to this site, but birds DO live out of doors, and part of their daily routine is to be rained on and get wet.

Posted by MrFrumble December 22, 08 07:08 PM
135.

#8....Somehow I just can't trust anyone, no matter how well trained, riding a segway while carrying a gun - people seem to have enough trouble staying on those things without carrying automatic weapons. Recipe for disaster?

Posted by Leon December 22, 08 07:52 PM
136.

We living in Pakistan are not terrorist we are the victim of terrorism. western media propagates the wrong image for Pakistan. Which is destroying our economy and our esteem. And that is what they aim for any other destroyed country like Afghanistan , Iraq and other. So its time we should wake up and work together in making this world a peaceful place.

Posted by Ash December 23, 08 01:23 AM
137.

This pictures amazing! Thank you for telling the story.

Posted by suho December 23, 08 04:22 AM
138.

as fotos são otimas ,

Posted by claira December 23, 08 06:44 AM
139.

24 & 35 are black because hide the real foto ( blood/violent)
you have to enable java script and you will see a warning

Posted by cosy December 23, 08 06:51 AM
140.

ME PRESE ATRAYENTE Y MUY SUGETIONABLE PUES AVIENDO IMEGENES DE TRISTESA Y DESEPCION HAY IMAGENES DE ALIENTO Y PERSEVERANCIA INVITO AL PUBLICO . QUE SE ANIME A CAMBIAR I APORTE ALGO BUENO AL MUNDO.

Posted by JUAN December 23, 08 08:54 AM
141.

#34 is a real sexy guy ;) (he's my boyfriend! )

Posted by Melanie December 23, 08 10:38 AM
142.

#141 - i agree, very cute! good for you!

Posted by boods December 23, 08 02:27 PM
143.

Achei simplesmente fantástca esta sequencia de fotos.
Parabéns aos idealizadores desta mostra.
Estou aguardando com ansiedadede a parte 3.

Menandro B. Coelho

Posted by Menandro Coelho December 23, 08 03:49 PM
144.

I'm sorry, but if you insist on publishing photos from Georgia, you must also publish photos from Ossetia, showing atrocities Georgian army perpetrated there before Russia intervened. I know this would step a bit away from the "party line" but I'd like to see some objective reporting here for a change.

Merry Christmas and a happy New Year.

Posted by DMB December 23, 08 10:11 PM
145.

Grear pictures.

Can they be donwloaded in high resolution?

Merry Christmas

Posted by Borja December 24, 08 09:47 AM
146.

Outstanding pictures!

Posted by mainetc December 24, 08 03:20 PM
147.

I feel so sad about the policemen's familiies and the people in Rio de Janeiro (red balloons)

Posted by cathy December 24, 08 05:14 PM
148.

Just got to know that this site is less than old. Great job till now. I've referred to many of my friends.
A suggestion from my side: Whenever somebody mentions a photo # say #21, somehow make it a link to the exact photograph, so that navigation becomes easy. This will force everybody to use this format while commenting and help all who are viewing

Posted by Anantha December 24, 08 05:31 PM
149.

HEY DMB,MAYBE YOU ARE RIGHT BUT HOW ABOUT IF THEY SHOW SOME PHOTOS OF THE DEAD VILLAGERS AND BURNT HOUSES OF NIGHT RAIDS INFLICTED ON GEORGIA BY OSSETIAN AND ABKAZIAN MILITIAS FOR MONTHS BEFORE GEORGIA HIT BACK,NOBODY WOULD LISTEN THEN,BY THE WAY I KNOW MOST OF THOSE MILITIAS ARE REALY RUSSIAN SOLDIERS IN DISGUISE.,HEY,HOW ABOUT SOME PHOTOS OF THE ATROCITIES THE RUSSIANS HAVE PERPITRATED ON THE PEOPLE IN THAT AREAS,HEY,HOW ABOUT SOME PHOTOS OF THE CATTLE CARS THEY USED TO TRANPORT THE REAL GEORGIANS TO MAKE ROOM FOR RUSSIAN CITIZENS WHO CALL THEM SELFS ABKAZIANS AND OSSETIANS

Posted by frank December 24, 08 05:35 PM
150.

Asombroso! lo que sucede en el mundo en tan solo momentos.

Posted by Pablo December 24, 08 07:00 PM
151.

Impresiionate!!!

Posted by Itanael tomaz December 24, 08 08:28 PM
152.

What an artistic feeling !

Merry X-mas from Paris

Posted by Harry December 25, 08 04:18 AM
153.

PODRIAS COMERTE MIS MIERDAS DE UNA EN UNA HASTA QUE TE SALGAN POR LAS OREJAS, QUERIDO Y AMADO HERMANISIMO,TU SI QUE TIES CARA DE MORO VENDIENDO ALFOMBRAS MAJETE

JAPI CRISMAS CORAZON

Posted by COÑERAS LAVATE LA CARA December 25, 08 07:28 AM
154.

i love jump up and down

Posted by Anonymous December 25, 08 07:57 AM
155.

#30
The best fans in the world is Delije from Belgrade, Red Star fans !!!

Posted by Boris December 25, 08 10:37 AM
156.

Every picture has it's own, huge power. Beautiful

Posted by Technodrome December 25, 08 12:01 PM
157.

I experienced a mix of feelings after viewing the whole collection... and that's the 'beauty' of photographs, as well as other artistic means... it gets you into contact with the world around, but not only with the bearable and joyful sides of it. Most of the collection gave me bitter feelings in the end, or is it that I feel 'most of it' just because sadness weighs heavier than happiness?!? Even though, I'd rather feel 'heavy' but conscious... than light and neglectful. Thank you for compiling this collection!

Posted by Teodora December 25, 08 02:29 PM
158.

muy buenas fotos

Posted by Anonymous December 25, 08 02:55 PM
159.

Incredible

Posted by Anonymous December 26, 08 06:14 AM
160.

i im the only person who think the pict 7 is a fake?the stick is too suspicious

Posted by jewh December 26, 08 10:12 AM
161.

la foto 4 es increible la forma en la que la tomaron es re vacan

Posted by Jair Gibson Najarro Leonardo December 26, 08 12:11 PM
162.

Amazing, again. Number one said a lot. I wish I had seen that photo when one of my co workers (and classmates) said something ignorant about muslim and President-elect Obama. Why not. "Some" people in America like to say.."if a man is old enough to die for his country, why can't he be old enough to have a beer?" I say, "If a man is muslim and dies in US army uniform, why can't he be president of America?" Again, Amazing photo.

Posted by El' Gilmore December 26, 08 02:32 PM
163.

Thankyou for these excellent jobs!

Posted by Stanley Jiang December 27, 08 01:08 AM
164.

#1-Maybe if a few people really look at this and think about it the myth that
muslim = terrorist will continue to die. I know that only mouth breathing morons believe this in the first place so maybe a simple but powerfully eloquent photo will help them understand. (@162-- I agree)
#5-- WANT ONE!
#11-- Science rules- physics is hot.
#37-- An apology will never be enough-nothing can make up for what has been done to the first peoples (USA,Canada,etc)-nothing. It is a start- but only the very beginning.

Posted by Cordellia December 27, 08 06:05 AM
165.

mi polla en tu boca es la mejor opcion

Posted by yeah yeah December 27, 08 12:11 PM
166.

muy buenas fotos che, espectacular

Posted by mer December 27, 08 02:51 PM
167.

there is an error in the 12th: the 4th is Shawn Crawford!

Posted by Francesco December 27, 08 04:14 PM
168.

Essas fotos são pura inspiração para nós, simples mortais nas artes visuais...
Amauri Martineli - Paranavaí - PR - Brasil.

Posted by Amauri Martineli December 27, 08 11:06 PM
169.

please make it into a book.

Posted by Mario Rubio-Ospina December 28, 08 03:56 PM
170.

USA and USSR are the same murder - never will learn

Posted by polak December 28, 08 05:01 PM
171.

*
"The drummers performance"
al darle con el mouse de arriba hacia abajo y
de abajo hacia arriba, parece una ilución óptica
: )

Posted by elizabeth December 28, 08 09:14 PM
172.

The photos are amazing, and the world they represent is too. Like a few other commentors, I am bothered by the spectator sport of photography at times. I believe that the world's atrocities must be documented, and one photo tells so many stories and truths. However, I am uncomfortable spectating on the private misery of others. It is a contradiction of feelings I experience when I view these. Informed, yet battered.
Hats off to the photographers.

Posted by Lyn December 29, 08 02:45 PM
173.

What makes me sick more than some of these disgusting photos-is that the general consensus of this project is "Great Photos!". Are Violence and Sports the only interesting subjects to capture on camera? Violence and cruelty are very real-as well as compassion, grace and beauty- of earth and people. The more violence we pass through our eyes -- the more we believe deep down inside that violence is common and normal-- breeding more violence and suffering. Being aware is important.. and so is saying no to selective media projects such as this one. Yes, the photo quality is fabulous-- but you could re-consider the aim of the content... no to propaganda of violence and suffering. earth as

Posted by cathlene December 29, 08 04:19 PM
174.

You do have a point, Cathlene, and it is a valid observation. In the series, though, I've seen pictures of space launches, parades, and people. It is not all violence and storm. To expound just a little on your assumption that this kind of photography breeds more violence and suffering, consider that it is the photographer who often takes the picture of suffering for exactly the opposite purpose of breeding compassion, support, and stopping the violence and abuse. Most often it seems that the photographer is exposing the inequities and injustices of life. Your position could be seen as stating that the information needs to be suppressed. Denial is a form of propaganda as well.

Posted by Rick W. December 30, 08 01:44 AM
175.

Nice Work!

Posted by Joel Valfridsson December 30, 08 09:18 AM
176.

I think #40 is fantastic in that way it represent the True and the Real in this infected world politic we now se

Posted by micke k December 30, 08 03:20 PM
177.

Hey there are no pictures after the red balloons pop and end up in the ocean only to become fish food - aka: choking materials...

Lots of great pictures... too bad there weren't more shots of the wonderful things and random acts of kindness that were also happening this year...

Posted by CR December 31, 08 01:33 PM
178.

Thank you for sharing. There's such beauty and devastion on our planet. Best wishes for more beauty in 2009.

Posted by lynn December 31, 08 03:08 PM
179.

Good and bad were beside each other, I just wish everybody try for peace in the world in 2009.

Posted by Hossein Ali December 31, 08 05:17 PM
180.

Rick W,
the way you talk is just as beautiful as these photos.
i don't know why.
thanks.

Posted by AA December 31, 08 09:41 PM
181.

This very good collection, this is very usefull picturs, to remember what incidents happend & how the Technology Developed. ones Gain Wonderfull JOB !!!!!!

Posted by Anonymous January 1, 09 02:55 AM
182.

I WISH THERE WERE SOME PICTURES ABOUT THE CURRENT WAR GOING ON IN IRAQ RIGHT NOW, SO PEOPLE COULD SEE THE UGLY FACE OF ONE OF THE MOST DISGUSTING WARS DURING THE 21 CENTURY.

Posted by ASGAR January 1, 09 11:42 PM
183.

Some fantastic shots. Some are horrendous and graphic, but sometimes complacent people need to be shocked and to wake up to the real world .

Posted by Norman Horton January 2, 09 06:31 AM
184.

!!! Woooaooou!!! el corazon se encoje de rabia y dolor,con algunas fotos. Dos cuestiones,o el alma humana esta rota,o la ignorancia del ser humano es eterna.Y usted amigo mio,no tengo palabras,que ocurrencia,de donde saca este tipo de pensamientos,plasmados en fotos?y tan joven,como es que tan pronto ve el lado terrible,y tierno del ser humano?.En Fin,para que luego digan de la juventud,esta mas al dia del mundo,que los que lo hemos dejado atras hecho,y algunos ...mal hecho.GRACIAS amigo,es un abrir de ojos,esta pagina.

Posted by losena ( Loli ) January 2, 09 10:33 AM
185.

Absolut beeindruckende Bilder!
Viele regen zum Nachdenken an!
Danke!

Posted by Frank Fischer January 3, 09 04:24 AM
186.

Quando será que certas pessoas vão respeitar a vida alheia, que só a Deus pertence?
Meu Deus, que as pessoas parem para pensar, nós estamos aqui para fazer alguma coisa, cumprir uma missão predestinada, não para destruir tantas coisas belas criadas por Vós!

Posted by Izabel M. Rosa January 3, 09 05:56 PM
187.

Excelentes fotos, vale la pena verlas muy despacio para apreciar la calidad

Posted by Manuel Parra January 3, 09 08:55 PM
188.

I can just imagine the truck driver hearing all the Eagles cackling in the back of the fishguts truck and climbing up to peek over at what the cacophany was about. 50 pissed off eagles looking back. Ha, ha, ha.

Posted by David -Chicago January 4, 09 01:11 PM
189.

Photos d'excellentes qualités, mais d'une réalité difficile à accepter...

Posted by ghisreal January 4, 09 07:55 PM
190.

adorei...................................simplesmente fantásticas todas as fotos seleccionadas .........................

Posted by carmen pinto January 5, 09 11:22 AM
191.

#10---this is why i never took up boxing!!!

Posted by john a. wagner III January 5, 09 07:50 PM
192.

#8 - Are those real Segways, or Chinese knockoffs?

Posted by ^_^ January 6, 09 03:05 AM
193.

Best photos that i have ever seen - Mohsin Naqvi funeral phto is excellent

Posted by Nanda kumarge January 6, 09 09:53 AM
194.

Incredible photos. Thank you for the series and I look forward to Part 3.

Posted by lja - PA January 6, 09 09:18 PM
195.

Me ha impresionado las fotos de los hombres deshechos o mutilados por otros hombres igual que ellos por la guerra... reflexiono de que en mi País no está esa clase de guerra pero el narcotráfico mata muchos hombres, mujeres y niños... DIOS SE APIADE DE NOSOTROS.

Posted by Irma M. Guerra Rico January 7, 09 12:58 PM
196.

HAWSOME PHOTOS

Posted by VARTHINI January 7, 09 02:00 PM
197.

Exelente!!!

Posted by beltran January 7, 09 02:30 PM
198.

Excelente

Posted by beltran January 7, 09 02:31 PM
199.

soy chileno........mui buenas fotos..soy el agujita de talca....

Posted by claudio soto nuñez January 7, 09 07:44 PM
200.

When are we going to start photographing our worlds beauty in people and places. There is too much centered around death and destruction which triggers more of the same. It only takes one to start in the right direction to make it contagious. The worlds natural disasters are one thing, but when we as a people center are photos always in the negative all we will always see is negative, I myself always search for the positive in photography.

Posted by Brian January 7, 09 07:50 PM
201.

the 4 is espectacular...

Posted by mokuba January 8, 09 10:54 AM
202.

...uma vez mais...
a harmonia da cor,
a beleza do movimento,
a conjugação das formas...
em contraste com...
a dor,
o sofrimento
e
o luto.

Posted by la salette sá Portugal January 8, 09 09:52 PM
203.

EStão de parabens os fotografos que dão a conhecer ao mundo não só o belo mas principalmente as tragédias que o capitalismo internacional faz a ansia do poder esmaga os mais desfavorecidos e é bom que isto seja denunciado.

Posted by Tonho Zé January 9, 09 04:19 PM
204.

nice photos....amazing

Posted by cherry January 12, 09 02:31 AM
205.

Wow.. Amazing photography exhibited !

Posted by Karthikeyan Sampath, (from India January 12, 09 04:05 AM
206.

These are great pictures from all around the world, they may help us all get along better. There are a lot of areas in this world that are so poor, they can't feed their children, then here we sit in the USA, so fat we can't get up off the couch.
There's something very wrong with this picture!! Please protect the children of the world. That starts with food and safety and education for all, not just a chosen few..

Posted by Joan Bunge January 13, 09 12:27 PM
207.

wow, they all make one stop and think I hope.
My hats off to all who made this possible.

Posted by joan bunge January 13, 09 12:55 PM
208.

Una miscelánea de fotografías excelentes por su momento oportuno para realizarlas y por el contenido y "reflexión" personal de quien ha realizado el montaje. Siento que la barbarie reine en algunos comentarios en español. Siempre damos la nota ante hechos y razones para pensar. Cierto que pueden ser de paises distintos a España, pero yo, que soy español, me averguenzo que en mi lengua se digan bobadas ante una verdad cierta y maleducadas silabas que nio siquiera sabe escribir el reprimido paleto que las ha pensado.
Excelente trabajo.

Posted by Antonio Campillo January 13, 09 02:23 PM
209.

number 24 was nasty

Posted by bob January 14, 09 07:56 AM
210.

muy buenas fotos deberian seguir haciendo esta diferentes presentaciones de fotos pq de verdad es muy buena iniciativa el poder ver las cosas que pasan alrededor del mundo plasmado en esas fotos. saludos desde puerto rico

Posted by yamil January 14, 09 08:51 AM
211.

Absolument troublant !
Voila une bonne voie de faire se manifester la solidarite humaine de cette merveilleuse mais mouvementee planete qui s'appelle TERRE.Felicitations !

Posted by Maria Ghidel - ROUMANIE January 15, 09 02:42 AM
212.

Good Photos, I agree with Joan Bunge's comments above and would like to add everybody in the world must get up and do something. Lets not repeat mistakes made.

Posted by Nick Tselentis January 16, 09 08:10 PM
213.

Wow, a " in photographs" (well, a part of it - better than nothing) that doesn't include a single picture of a Palestinian accidentally killed by an Isreali missile. Congratulations, that must be a record. Now if only they would start showing the other side of the war(s) once and for all (i.e. the attrocities committed by Hamas and Talibans). But I guess that's asking too much.

Posted by Filipe Governa January 17, 09 03:52 PM
214.

what a outstanding set of pics changed the way i looked at the year in past.
totally impressive gives you the inspiration on what to do next..
great work of not just clicking the pics but to compiling them together on the site.

Posted by harpreet s chawla January 19, 09 02:58 AM
215.

Breath taking examples of art and expertise to the point of perfection. What a pity we can not perfect the art of living together.

Posted by Denis Gillon January 19, 09 07:05 AM
216.

culo

Posted by casimiro January 19, 09 10:20 PM
217.

I want to hire the crew who built the standing house in photo twenty... and thank you for photo 39 - very enlightening - amidst some other very heart-wrenching
photos.

Posted by ROSE January 22, 09 11:57 PM
218.

Belas fotos!

Posted by Diógenis dos Santos January 23, 09 04:26 AM
219.

wow stunning

Posted by m2digital January 23, 09 06:11 AM
220.

hey with #37, it says that a 150,000 aboriginals were sent to schools, but i've never heard that the stolen generations were ever sent to america and canada, plus why is the politition wearing and indian feather hat if he's talking about aboriginals? i'm pretty sure the stolen generations was our mistake not yours. i dunno i might be wrong, it just seemed odd.

Posted by stephen, Australia January 23, 09 07:04 AM
221.

AMAZING! :0

Posted by prefer not to say January 23, 09 08:10 PM
222.

Re Stephen, Australia's comment 220 on #37- aboriginals refers to the original inhabitants of a country- in this case Canada not Australia- Same mistakes all over the world!

Posted by NZer January 24, 09 08:33 PM
223.

perfect !!!

Posted by Cláudio Mattos da Rocha January 27, 09 07:54 AM
224.

representando o brasil tambem. Adorei as fotos!

Posted by Isabela January 30, 09 06:03 PM
225.

ONCE AGAIN EXCELENT PHOTOS

Posted by Miguel Teixeira February 1, 09 08:49 AM
226.

amazing photos... however 2008 was more than people killed or natural disasters
there's still good things that we could see during 2008... so sad there are not here

Posted by loretto February 2, 09 05:10 PM
227.

Stunning pictures!!!! What a bunch of artist....

Posted by Anonymous February 4, 09 04:45 AM
228.

Simplemente "MARAVILLOSAS" que impresionantes fotografias! GENIALES!!

Posted by Patty February 6, 09 03:05 PM
229.

good pictures,, excelent

Posted by jerthere February 6, 09 06:47 PM
230.

amazing ,.........................hope 2009 will also be like dis

Posted by Anonymous February 8, 09 10:00 AM
231.

Great pictures... i didn't even realize a lot of this stuff was even happening. these pics opened my eyes to what else is going on outside of the U.S. that isn't on the news. let's pray for a more peaceful 2009!

Posted by Abby February 10, 09 09:19 PM
232.

those were awsome and some were scary and gross but some were sad

Posted by gillian February 21, 09 12:51 PM
233.

I agree with a comment made earlier,
The Big Picture should most definitely create a book.

Maybe, just like photos of the year, or the best photos on here as voted by the viewers/photographers.

I'd be the first in line to buy one.
It's hard to find such amazing, thought provoking and sometimes eye opening pictures anywhere, on such a wide variety of content

Well done Big Picture

Posted by Jayden Burdett February 23, 09 10:39 PM
234.

After viewing these photos, how can we not realize that, although mankind is capable of great accomplishments, generosity, compassion, tenderness and love - he is also capable of unbelievable cruelty, evil, hatred, coldness and neglect? Everything that God made, He declared "good". Many photos showcase the beauty of our world. He made man in His own image (loving, just, merciful, tender) but man wanted more, and we all live with the consequences and have done so through the ages. Nothing has changed nor will it except the technology. Our only hope is in Jesus.

Posted by Audrey February 24, 09 07:44 PM
235.

Exquisite images that bring the harsh realities of this world for all to see. By capturing these moments and events we are all brought closer togeather. I have a deep appreciation for and am humbled by, the harsh and catastrophic experiences that have been recorded. Lifes moments for all to see again and again. Hopefully we can learn something.

Posted by Italia Patterson February 26, 09 04:01 PM
236.

Cze¶æ, cze¶æ! Tu fani z Polski.

Posted by Maciu4n4ike2vcf February 27, 09 03:10 PM
237.

Excelentes imagens

muito fantasticas

Algumas delas parecem de ficção

Posted by Fernando Silva February 27, 09 06:01 PM
238.

beautiful photos

Posted by vijay March 2, 09 05:45 AM
239.

solo un minuto para reflexionar sobre lo mas bello y lo mas horroroso de la especie humana
BELLISIMAS FOTOS
saludos desde cataluña. masu

Posted by masu March 2, 09 04:45 PM
240.

Very good overall.

I totally agree with CR (comment 177), and it´s EXACTLY what I thought when I saw the picture of the red balloons, which made me feel very sad because those balloons will end up choking much sealife and contaminating a hell of a lot. In fact, I also thought that, apart from the picture of the eagles (though it doesn´t count in this case, as that´s a one-off event), there are no pictures showing what a savage species we humans are when it comes to the treatment of non-human animals: What about the annual massacre of the baby seals in Canada, which dye the ice deep red from blood, clubbed to death when they´re only 3-weeks old? What about my own country's savage treatment of bulls and horses during bullfights and other fiestas where they torture bulls to death? The massacre of whales by the Japanese, who also endanger the lives of the activists who try to save the whales? Or the annual "sporting event" in Denmark where they club dolphins to death for entertainment? Or the many other forms of extreme cruelty that occur constantly all over our poor planet? The other creatures that share our planet need our voice. Let's give it to them, let´s show the world, with more shocking photographs, how uncaring we all are towards anything that moves.

Posted by Marisa March 10, 09 10:44 AM
241.

OHOOENNO!!!

Posted by Simbirsk-Ulianovsk March 13, 09 03:35 AM
242.

All photos are very good. But THERE ARE NO PHOTOS from R U S S I A, excepting two from 08.08.08 war. Why? Unfortunately, that 2 photos are completely corresponding with america's mass-media line: russia is agressor (and it is big cold poor but armed piece of USSR)))

Posted by Alexander March 18, 09 06:58 PM
243.

as fotos falam....

Posted by leo testut March 26, 09 08:40 AM
244.

You do have a point, Cathlene, and it is a valid observation. In the series, though, I've seen pictures of space launches, parades, and people. It is not all violence and storm. To expound just a little on your assumption that this kind of photography breeds more violence and suffering, consider that it is the photographer who often takes the picture of suffering for exactly the opposite purpose of breeding compassion, support, and stopping the violence and abuse. Most often it seems that the photographer is exposing the inequities and injustices of life. Your position could be seen as stating that the information needs to be suppressed. Denial is a form of propaganda as well.

Posted by joe March 30, 09 02:48 PM
245.

simply amazing.

Posted by kevin April 14, 09 03:39 AM
246.

Impresionantes las fotos,,,

Posted by Rodrigo Ramirez April 21, 09 10:47 PM
247.

#38 struck me as amazed. The Afghan man's facial expression is just sad. Say he was an innocent, responsible, respectful man with all good intentions in life. That picture reminded me of peoples' rights. Say the American soldier in the background was a gangster who lead a horrible life before he went into the Army. That Afghan man was more than likely leading a better life than him, yet the soldier still has power over the man, just be can he is an Afghanistan man.

Posted by Zach McCurdy April 27, 09 02:25 PM
248.

Every frame is a 'classic' picture. Moments captured are truly wonderful. Hats off!!

Posted by Dr. Minal Mhatre May 15, 09 02:52 AM
249.

that was nice picture..gud work man

Posted by ateeq June 7, 09 09:59 AM
250.

Exxelent!!

Posted by Anonymous June 21, 09 05:12 PM
251.

Interessantes, esclarecedoras, intrigantes e reveladoras. O Belo e o Caos, coisas da humanidade. Humanidae rica e pobre, de desperdiçadores e de esfomeados.
Parabens!
É preciso algo assim, que nos desperte.

Posted by Samuel July 11, 09 07:11 PM
252.

To Zach's Comment number 247. The Afghan in picture #38 was not innocent. We found heavy weapons in his pickup truck. I am the gangster you mentioned in your posting. I am not better than the Afghan in the picture. We are all humans. but in social terms, you are wrong again.

Posted by joe July 21, 09 01:56 PM
253.

Excelente as fotos

Posted by Virgilio August 27, 09 12:35 PM
254.

15 photo - xy`nya

Posted by ÁÕàÓÕÙ December 6, 09 11:49 AM
255.

so so nice and wonderful
Amazing
Beautiful
All picture are touch my heart and brain

Posted by Aziz ur Rehman February 5, 10 12:59 PM
256.

echt schöne fotos, beeindruckend.

Posted by bo March 15, 10 01:34 PM
257.

љубице волим те

Posted by немања May 21, 10 10:50 AM
258.

amezing wonderfull

Posted by keyur patel July 2, 10 08:32 PM
259.

Help of gad. es lo que diria al observar las fotografias de un mundo pidiendo auxilio por los devastadores tormentas, terremotos,guerras cumpliéndose las escritura de las enseñanza del libertador jesucristo, las àguilas representan la fortaleza a cualquier circunstancias en la vida las aguilas del libertador. solo quedan la flora y la fauna en el gemir por un mundo nuevo por lo demas impresionante la nitides de los diferentes ángulos tomadas por la cámara

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