December 15, 2011

Monthly Wire

Best Images of 2011

By Monthly Wire
Best Images of 2011

Ten of the best image galleries of 2011 from around the world as selected by the Shortlist Daily.

 

The most powerful images of 2011

– Buzzfeed

Extreme instability 37 incredible images from storm chaser Mike Hollingshead.

– Triggerpit

Vladimir Putin, Action Man Really, what can't he do?

– The Atlantic

Krishna Janmashtami Brightly coloured images from the festival celebrating the birth of Krishna.

– Boston Globe

Japan earthquake: Then and now Click on the images in the gallery to see the same scene today.

– The Atlantic

An aging superhero What happens to superheroes when they start to age?

– My Modern Met

Animals in the news Some scoops from the animal kingdom

– The Atlantic

North Korea in focus Inside the world's strangest country

– The Atlantic

Swimming babies

– Telegraph

Bangkok underwater The last 10 in particular are highly recommended.

– The Atlantic

 

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