Best of picture in world

Best of picture in world If you like this page or its pictures, don't hesitate to share it with your friends and contacts. Thanks.

Yumbo, ColombiaA man throws stones during a protest against a campaign rally held for Rodrigo Londoño Echeverri, the pr...
04/20/2018

Yumbo, Colombia

A man throws stones during a protest against a campaign rally held for Rodrigo Londoño Echeverri, the presidential candidate for the Common Alternative Revolutionary Force party
Photograph: Luis Robayo/AFP/Getty Images

Tlaquepaque, MexicoA Central American migrant hands over a container of water as he disembark from a freight trainPhotog...
04/18/2018

Tlaquepaque, Mexico

A Central American migrant hands over a container of water as he disembark from a freight train
Photograph: Edgard Garrido/Reuters

Delhi, IndiaA woman carries her baby through a rubbish dump in DelhiPhotograph: Cathal Mcnaughton/Reuters
04/03/2018

Delhi, India

A woman carries her baby through a rubbish dump in Delhi
Photograph: Cathal Mcnaughton/Reuters

Afrin, SyriaA group of civilians encounter Turkish soldiers who are patrolling the streets after Turkish forces and the ...
03/23/2018

Afrin, Syria

A group of civilians encounter Turkish soldiers who are patrolling the streets after Turkish forces and the Free Syrian Army took complete control of Afrin
Photograph: Halil Fidan/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images

Falmata, 15, after her escape from kidnapping by Boko Haram in Nigeria, in this photo by Adam Ferguson, named Photograph...
03/20/2018

Falmata, 15, after her escape from kidnapping by Boko Haram in Nigeria, in this photo by Adam Ferguson, named Photographer of the Year.

CreditAdam Ferguson for The New York Times

Taipei, TaiwanActivists march during the Commemorating Lee Ming-Ches One Year Of Imprisonment Protest. Taiwanese human r...
03/19/2018

Taipei, Taiwan

Activists march during the Commemorating Lee Ming-Ches One Year Of Imprisonment Protest. Taiwanese human rights activist Lee Ming-cheh was detained after traveling to China via Macau on March 19, 2017, as China claimed they are investigating him on suspicion of pursuing activities harmful to national security
Photograph: Ashley Pon/AFP/Getty Images

Hawsh al-Ashaari, SyriaTwo young children stop to wait for a group of people while being evacuated from eastern Ghouta, ...
03/16/2018

Hawsh al-Ashaari, Syria

Two young children stop to wait for a group of people while being evacuated from eastern Ghouta, where thousands have fled the Syrian regime’s bombing campaign
Photograph: Louai Beshara/AFP/Getty Images

A child from the indigenous community "Yamb To" (Long Lake) is seen at a reindeer camping ground, about 450 km northeast...
03/14/2018

A child from the indigenous community "Yamb To" (Long Lake) is seen at a reindeer camping ground, about 450 km northeast of Naryan-Mar, in Nenets Autonomous District, Russia. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin

Mumbai, IndiaIndian farmers shout slogans during a protest rally. Tens of thousands of farmers walked more than 60 miles...
03/12/2018

Mumbai, India

Indian farmers shout slogans during a protest rally. Tens of thousands of farmers walked more than 60 miles to demand better crop prices and land rights
Photograph: Indranil Mukherjee/AFP/Getty

Portland, USA woman and two children trudge up a sledding hill at the Eastern Promenade while enjoying the snow during a...
03/09/2018

Portland, US

A woman and two children trudge up a sledding hill at the Eastern Promenade while enjoying the snow during a nor’easter in Maine.
Photograph: Robert F. Bukaty/AP

Kabul, AfghanistanA boy jumps off the turret of a Soviet tank on a hilltop on the the outskirts of the cityPhotograph: R...
03/08/2018

Kabul, Afghanistan

A boy jumps off the turret of a Soviet tank on a hilltop on the the outskirts of the city
Photograph: Rahmat Gul/AP

Best of picture in world
03/07/2018

Best of picture in world

Nagaur, India

A labourer works on a salt pan in Rajasthan
Photograph: Himanshu Sharma/AFP/Getty Images

Nagaur, IndiaA labourer works on a salt pan in RajasthanPhotograph: Himanshu Sharma/AFP/Getty Images
03/07/2018

Nagaur, India

A labourer works on a salt pan in Rajasthan
Photograph: Himanshu Sharma/AFP/Getty Images

The Man on the Bed: The story behind a viral photo from Syria: http://ti.me/2moVz17“Whenever I feel or will feel any k...
03/24/2017

The Man on the Bed: The story behind a viral photo from Syria: http://ti.me/2moVz17

“Whenever I feel or will feel any kind of despair or surrender to [life’s] problems and obstacles,” photographer Eid says. “I will always [recall] the image of Abu Omar smoking his pipe while sitting on his rubble covered broken bed and listening to his favorite music.”

(Photograph by Joseph Eid)

An Unexpected Encounter in Mosul's Ruins: http://ti.me/2ngZMHG “One of the biggest challenges I have is to show how dr...
03/23/2017

An Unexpected Encounter in Mosul's Ruins: http://ti.me/2ngZMHG

“One of the biggest challenges I have is to show how dramatic, and how massive, the destruction is," says photographer Felipe Dana.

(Photograph by Felipe Dana—AP)

Palorinya, UgandaRefugees gather at the settlement of Palorinya in Uganda. The continued flow of refugees from South Sud...
03/05/2017

Palorinya, Uganda

Refugees gather at the settlement of Palorinya in Uganda. The continued flow of refugees from South Sudan is putting pressure on humanitarian organisations and their capacity to cope. The UN has said that more than 1.5 million asylum seekers have taken refuge in Uganda since civil war erupted in South Sudan in December 2013, with 100,00 entering in 2017 so far.

Photograph: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images

Dock workers use a mallet to dislodge frozen, net caught, tuna so it can be offloaded with a crane in Manila, Philippine...
03/04/2017

Dock workers use a mallet to dislodge frozen, net caught, tuna so it can be offloaded with a crane in Manila, Philippines.
Adam Dean won second place in the feature category and was awarded the Award of Excellence at this year Pictures of the Year International

PHOTOGRAPHER: Patrick T. Fallon/ ReutersA passenger waits for his girlfriend, who was born in Iran but holds a Canadian ...
01/30/2017

PHOTOGRAPHER: Patrick T. Fallon/ Reuters

A passenger waits for his girlfriend, who was born in Iran but holds a Canadian passport and had not been allowed entry to the US after vacationing in Thailand, (L), as an attorney works to help family members of Sarah Saedian, (centre R), both effected by the travel ban at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) in Los Angeles.

PHOTOGRAPHER: Reuters stringerChildren play with fire crackers on the eve of the Chinese Lunar New Year, or the Spring F...
01/29/2017

PHOTOGRAPHER: Reuters stringer

Children play with fire crackers on the eve of the Chinese Lunar New Year, or the Spring Festival, in Lianyungang, Jiangsu province, China.

PHOTOGRAPHER: Ege Batuhan Akgul/ The New York TimesPublic transportation in Istanbul.
01/26/2017

PHOTOGRAPHER: Ege Batuhan Akgul/ The New York Times

Public transportation in Istanbul.

PHOTOGRAPHER: Ivor Prickett/ The New York TimesAn Iraqi soldier at the Nineveh International Hotel.
01/25/2017

PHOTOGRAPHER: Ivor Prickett/ The New York Times

An Iraqi soldier at the Nineveh International Hotel.

PHOTOGRAPHER: Josh Haner/ The New York TimesFrom left, Ma Shuyun, 5; Ma Shuqin, 9; and Ma Shulan, 11, watched television...
01/03/2017

PHOTOGRAPHER: Josh Haner/ The New York Times

From left, Ma Shuyun, 5; Ma Shuqin, 9; and Ma Shulan, 11, watched television on June 16 in Miaomiaohu, China, where their family was relocated because of a drought in their home village.

PHOTOGRAPHER: CENGIZ YAR / AP ImagesIraqis displaced from Mosul wait on a bus before being transported to a camp near Ba...
01/02/2017

PHOTOGRAPHER: CENGIZ YAR / AP Images

Iraqis displaced from Mosul wait on a bus before being transported to a camp near Bartella, Iraq. Iraqi security forces began a dramatic shift in tactics in their stalled offensive to retake Islamic State’s last major stronghold, advancing on new fronts and bringing federal police into the battle after counterattacks inflicted heavy casualties.

PHOTOGRAPHER: Andrea de FranciscisHigh in the Himalayas, villagers maintain the centuries-old tradition of growing India...
12/28/2016

PHOTOGRAPHER: Andrea de Franciscis

High in the Himalayas, villagers maintain the centuries-old tradition of growing Indian cannabis, known as charas . The plant grows wild in many parts of the Himalayas, making is difficult for authorities to trace the source of the hashish back to the farmers,

PHOTOGRAPHER:  Danish Ismail/ ReutersKashmiri fishermen cover their heads and part of their boats with blankets and stra...
12/26/2016

PHOTOGRAPHER: Danish Ismail/ Reuters

Kashmiri fishermen cover their heads and part of their boats with blankets and straw as they wait to catch fish in the waters of the Anchar Lake on a cold day in Srinagar, India.

PHOTOGRAPHER: Albert Gonzalez Farran/ Agence France-PresseUnited Nations peacekeeping troops from Ethiopia patrolled in ...
12/22/2016

PHOTOGRAPHER: Albert Gonzalez Farran/ Agence France-Presse

United Nations peacekeeping troops from Ethiopia patrolled in a disputed, oil-rich territory between Sudan and South Sudan.

PHOTOGRAPHER: Daniel Berehulak / The New York TimesCrime scene investigators hunched over the body of Romeo Torres Fonta...
12/21/2016

PHOTOGRAPHER: Daniel Berehulak / The New York Times

Crime scene investigators hunched over the body of Romeo Torres Fontanilla, known as Tigas. His killers: two men on a motorbike. Philippines.

PHOTOGRAPHER: Gilles Sabrie/ The New York TimesChina is cracking down on a Buddhist religious settlement called Larang G...
12/05/2016

PHOTOGRAPHER: Gilles Sabrie/ The New York Times

China is cracking down on a Buddhist religious settlement called Larang Gar, which has grown in influence among Tibetans.

Raul Cañibano for The New York Times Parrandas. camajuani town, villa calra province 2007
11/30/2016

Raul Cañibano for The New York Times
Parrandas. camajuani town, villa calra province 2007

PHOTOGRAPHER: M.Martin / ReutersCeuta, SpainAfrican migrants lie on the ground after crossing a border fence between Mor...
11/03/2016

PHOTOGRAPHER: M.Martin / Reuters

Ceuta, Spain
African migrants lie on the ground after crossing a border fence between Morocco and Spain’s north African enclave of Ceuta.

PHOTOGRAPHER: Bulent Kilic/ Agence France-PresseAn Iraqi family from Mosul arrived at a refugee camp on Saturday after f...
11/02/2016

PHOTOGRAPHER: Bulent Kilic/ Agence France-Presse

An Iraqi family from Mosul arrived at a refugee camp on Saturday after fleeing the city, where Islamic State fighters faced an advance by Iraqi and Kurdish forces.

PHOTOGRaPHER: Bryan Denton / The New York TimesPesh merga fighters outside Badana village near Mosul.
10/18/2016

PHOTOGRaPHER: Bryan Denton / The New York Times

Pesh merga fighters outside Badana village near Mosul.

PHOTOGRAPHER: Adam Dean / The New York TimesNovice monks recited prayers at a monastery in Thimphu, Bhutan. In Bhutan, t...
10/16/2016

PHOTOGRAPHER: Adam Dean / The New York Times

Novice monks recited prayers at a monastery in Thimphu, Bhutan. In Bhutan, the law includes unwritten rules of conduct passed down through centuries of Buddhist tradition, but the nation is about to get its first law school.

PHOTOGRAPHER: Noel Celis/ Agence France-PresseDrug suspects were rounded up in Manila last week. Since President Rodrigo...
10/15/2016

PHOTOGRAPHER: Noel Celis/ Agence France-Presse

Drug suspects were rounded up in Manila last week. Since President Rodrigo Duterte took office in June, about 1,400 people have been killed by the police in antidrug operations in the Philippines.

10/14/2016

PHOTOGRAPHER: Andres Martinez/ Reuters

Debris being cleared from a church in Les Anglais, Haiti, after Hurricane Matthew’s recent rampage across the island nation.

PHOTOGRAPHER: Meridith Kohut / The New York TimesThe Venezuelan government denies that its public hospitals are sufferin...
10/03/2016

PHOTOGRAPHER: Meridith Kohut / The New York Times

The Venezuelan government denies that its public hospitals are suffering from shortages, and has refused multiple offers of international medical aid.

PHOTOGRAPHER: Mario Tama/ Getty ImagesMembers of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, known as FARC, pushed a veh...
10/02/2016

PHOTOGRAPHER: Mario Tama/ Getty Images

Members of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, known as FARC, pushed a vehicle stuck in mud at their camp near El Diamante, Colombia. On Sunday, the rebel group ratified a peace agreement with the government after 50 years of war.

PHOTOGRAPHER: Mujahid Safodien / Agence France-PresseA South African policeman during clashes with students from the Uni...
09/23/2016

PHOTOGRAPHER: Mujahid Safodien / Agence France-Presse

A South African policeman during clashes with students from the University of the Witwatersrand during a protest on Wednesday in Johannesburg against increases in university fees.

PHOTOGRAPHER: Photo Lorenzo Meloni/ Magnum PhotosLibya, Syrte: soldiers carrying a comrade wounded by a landmine. "For n...
09/19/2016

PHOTOGRAPHER: Photo Lorenzo Meloni/ Magnum Photos

Libya, Syrte: soldiers carrying a comrade wounded by a landmine. "For non-combatants, ambulances and photographers, the city is much more dangerous."

PHOTOGRAPHER: Danish Ismail/ ReutersSrinagar, IndiaA man jumps over burning debris during a protest against recent killi...
09/18/2016

PHOTOGRAPHER: Danish Ismail/ Reuters

Srinagar, India
A man jumps over burning debris during a protest against recent killings in Kashmir
Photograph:

PHOTOGRAPHER: ReutersSantiago, ChileA demonstrator looks at a riot policeman during a protest marking the country’s 19...
09/17/2016

PHOTOGRAPHER: Reuters

Santiago, Chile
A demonstrator looks at a riot policeman during a protest marking the country’s 1973 military coup

PHOTOGRAPHER: Andrew Renneisen /  Getty ImagesGirls pray during Sunday service at Mofolo Woyera church in the Malawi vil...
09/16/2016

PHOTOGRAPHER: Andrew Renneisen / Getty Images

Girls pray during Sunday service at Mofolo Woyera church in the Malawi village of Mulele, an area heavily affected by a drought associated with the El Niño weather pattern that has created famine throughout southern Africa, with more than 60 million people dependent on food aid.

PHOTOGRAPHER: Roberto Salomone / ANSA, via AP ImagesA woman in the courtyard of the Don Minozzi Convent in Amatrice, Ita...
09/15/2016

PHOTOGRAPHER: Roberto Salomone / ANSA, via AP Images

A woman in the courtyard of the Don Minozzi Convent in Amatrice, Italy, where damage from an earthquake on Aug. 24 was so severe that the town may never fully recover.

PHOTOGRAPHER: Manu Brabo/ AP ImagesMigrants supported each other after being rescued and transferred to an Italian Coast...
08/13/2016

PHOTOGRAPHER: Manu Brabo/ AP Images

Migrants supported each other after being rescued and transferred to an Italian Coast Guard vessel in the central Mediterranean Sea.

PHOTOGRAPHER:  Cédric Gerbehaye / Agence VUAnti-terrorism exercise in tubular structures (metro, trains,É) by members ...
08/11/2016

PHOTOGRAPHER: Cédric Gerbehaye / Agence VU

Anti-terrorism exercise in tubular structures (metro, trains,É) by members of BOPE (Battalion of Special Police Operations) in a subway train at Estaao station in Rio de Janeiro. The BOPE members have been trained by members of the French RAID.

Address

New York, NY

Alerts

Be the first to know and let us send you an email when Best of picture in world posts news and promotions. Your email address will not be used for any other purpose, and you can unsubscribe at any time.

Shortcuts

Nearby media companies