Best Moments of Year 2010 by Time Magazine

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The best ever Photographs from professional photographers camera, these of all belong to TIME gallery which we want to share with you peoples because in these of all showcase we can see year 2010 unforgettable moments: haiti earth quake, historical flood in pakistan, afghanistan war, iraq war, from war worlds, american president, Protests in Thailand, Volcanic Eruption in Europe and america, football world from south africa, Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill into the Gulf of Mexico, Maternal Mortality in Sierra Leone, Southern Sudan crises, Meth War in Mexico, Afghan Civilian Casualty, Iraq War U.S. Troop Drawdown, Remembering Hurricane Katrina, Homeless Pakistani’s from Flooding, Midterm Elections (Iraq-War Veterans) and International Mortgage Crisis all are in these beautiful captured photos.

President Obama: One Year in Office

Photographed by Callie Shell / Aurora for TIME
“I think we’ve done a pretty good job of working in this town without being completely consumed by it,” the President said in an interview with TIME on Jan. 15.

Earthquake in Haiti

Photographed by Shaul Schwarz / Reportage / Getty Images for TIME
Haitians try to restart their lives as they settle into temporary shelter at a refugee camp in Port-au-Prince on Jan. 18.

Funeral in Haiti

Photographed by Shaul Schwarz / Reportage / Getty Images for TIME
The Port-au-Prince cemetery had no more room, but the dead kept coming.

Unclaimed Dead

Photographed by James Nachtwey / VII for TIME
Outside of the wall of the cemetery in Port-au-Prince

A Soldier’s Loved Ones

Photographed by Peter van Agtmael / Magnum for TIME
Rosie Ricketts, the widow of Staff Sergeant William “Seth” Ricketts, who was killed in an ambush on Feb. 27 in western Afghanistan, wakes her son Aiden before a viewing of her late husband’s body at a funeral home in Corinth, Miss.

Protests in Thailand

Photographed by James Nachtwey / VII for TIME
Coffins are displayed at a memorial ceremony for those who were killed during the April 10 demonstrations in Bangkok.

Volcanic Eruption in Iceland

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.

World Cup in South Africa

Photographed by Dominic Nahr / Reportage / Getty Images for TIME
A group of boys play soccer beneath power lines near the newly built Soccer City Stadium in Johannesburg.

New Stadium

Photographed by Dominic Nahr / Reportage / Getty Images for TIME
Fans watch two local teams during the first match to be played in Soccer City Stadium.

Shelter in Haiti

Photographed by Richard Mosse for TIME
A crude structure in Gros Morne, several months after the Jan. 12 earthquake.

The Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill

Photographed by Peter van Agtmael / Magnum for TIME
The waters near Venice, La., in June, more than two months after the Deepwater Horizon oil-rig explosion spewed millions of tons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico

Maternal Mortality in Sierra Leone

Photographed by Lynsey Addario / VII Network
Comforted by her sister and a nurse, Mamma Sessay, 18, screams in pain and fear as she prepares to deliver the second of twins at a hospital in Sierra Leone. Sessay had postpartum hemmorrhaging and died while being brought to the one doctor in the hospital.

Mamma Sessay’s Funeral

Photographed by Lynsey Addario / VII Network
Relatives mourn over the body of Mamma Sessay before her burial in the village of Mayogbah on the day after her death.

The Most Malarial Town on Earth

Photographed by Dominic Nahr / Reportage / Getty Images for TIME
Three-month-old Sindrela Okello sleeps inside a mosquito net in Apac, Uganda, where almost one-quarter of the population is afflicted with malaria. Children are particularly vulnerable.

Southern Sudan

Photographed by Cedric Gerbehaye / Magnum Foundation / Agence VU
A Dinka boy burns cow patties for protection from insects. The region is bracing for a referendum vote in January 2011 that would create an independent Southern Sudan.

Water Issues Along the Ganges in India
Photographed by Lynsey Addario / VII Network for TIME
As the demands on India’s water supply continue to grow, the Ganges shore has receded and become more polluted.

Meth War in Mexico

Photographed by Shaul Schwarz / Reportage / Getty Images for TIME
A burned house, riddled with bullet holes, remains untouched almost two years after a deadly firefight between Mexican soldiers and members of the La Familia drug cartel who were occupying the house.

The Chilean Miners Are Discovered

Photograph by Reuters
Florencio Avalos, one of the 33 miners trapped in a copper and gold mine in Copiapó, Chile, peers into a video camera that was dropped down a borehole into the chamber where the men sought safety after the cave-in.

The War in Afghanistan Drags On

Photographed by Adam Ferguson / VII Network for TIME
A flare signals a landing position to a medevac helicopter near Patrol Base Beatley, in Marjah, Helmand province.

Afghan Civilian Casualty

Photographed by Adam Ferguson / VII Network for TIME
Corporal Nathaniel Matos from Lima Company of the 3rd Battalion, 6th Marines, looks away from the body of Gulmakay, a 14-year-old Afghan girl who was killed by a U.S. Marines mortar strike in the village of Abdullah Jan.

Burn Pit

Photographed by Adam Ferguson / VII Network for TIME
U.S. Marines from the 2nd Platoon, Lima Company of the 3rd Battalion, 6th Marines stand at Patrol Base Beatley in Helmand province.

Iraq War U.S. Troop Drawdown

Photographed by Yuri Kozyrev / NOOR for TIME
Soldiers from the Virginia National Guard’s 1st Battalion, 116th Infantry await takeoff in the plane that will bring them home.

Remembering Hurricane Katrina

Photographed by Mario Tama / Getty Images for TIME
A man carries an American flag during the Valley of the Silent Men Social Aid and Pleasure Club’s 25th annual second line parade in New Orleans.

Floods in Pakistan

Photographed by Daniel Berehulak / Getty Images
A man walks through a flooded street in Nowshera. Floodwaters displaced tens of thousands of people in northwestern Pakistan.

Homeless from Flooding

Photographed by Massimo Berruti / Agence VU for TIME
A woman stands near what used to be her home in rural Punjab province one month after heavy rains first burst the riverbanks in northwestern Pakistan. As the Indus Valley River swelled, the flooding moved south, inundating vast portions of farmland.

Midterm Elections

Photographed by Peter van Agtmael / Magnum for TIME
Raymond Hubbard, an Iraq-war veteran, casts his ballot in Sharon, Wis.

Cholera in Haiti

Photographed by by Moises Saman / Magnum for TIME
Family members remove the coffin of a cholera victim from the morgue at St. Nicholas Hospital in Saint Marc, Haiti.

Mortgage Crisis

Photographed by Anthony Suau / for TIME
Displaced objects outside foreclosed homes in Orlando

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