El año resumido con las mejores fotografías [71 JPG] *eng - Tres Ubres Dobles

El año resumido con las mejores fotografías [71 JPG] *eng

Chicago, Jan. 30

As a polar vortex gripped the land, sea smoke rose from Lake Michigan, a result of extremely cold air blowing over warmer water.

Sally Ryan for The New York Times

Angers, France, Jan. 19

The police responded to another round of the Yellow Vests’ antigovernment protests.

Loic Venance/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

Queensland, Australia, Jan. 16

Tourists watched the Sheep Shearing and Ram Parade at Paradise Country farm experience theme park.

Matthew Abbott for The New York Times

Choloma, Honduras, Jan. 18

Denis Daniel Flores Carranza, 9, at the grave of his sister, who was only 14 when she was murdered. Honduras is one of the world’s deadliest places for women.

Victor J. Blue for The New York Times

Moscow, Feb. 26

Schoolgirls reflected on “The Morning of the Streltsy Execution” by the Russian painter Vasily Surikov, on display at the Tretyakov Gallery.

Mladen Antonov/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

Parris Island, S.C., Feb. 22

Recruits on Day 1 of the Crucible, the grueling 54-hour training exercise that is the final test before they officially become Marines.

Lynsey Addario for The New York Times

Villa del Rosario, Colombia, Feb. 23

Protesters on the Simón Bolívar bridge linking Venezuela and Colombia. Skirmishes erupted after foreign aid trucks were blocked by armed loyalists of President Nicolás Maduro.

Meridith Kohut for The New York Times

Stockholm, Feb. 15

Greta Thunberg, the teenage climate activist, skipped school to protest at the Swedish Parliament.

Elisabeth Ubbe for The New York Times

Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, March 28

Kyrgyz guards of honor after a ceremony opening a state visit between President Sooronbai Jeenbekov and President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia to discuss military and economic cooperation.

Maxim Shemetov/Reuters

Near Bishoftu, Ethiopia, March 12

Aviation officials prayed at the scene of the Ethiopian Airlines crash. The Boeing 737 Max 8 went down shortly after takeoff, killing all 157 people on board.

Mulugeta Ayene/Associated Press

Beauregard, Ala., March 4

All that was left of a home after tornadoes flattened neighborhoods and killed 23 people in Lee County, Ala., including three children.

David Goldman/Associated Press

Near Craig, Mo., March 22

A farm was stranded in murky water as record-breaking floods swamped the Midwest.

Scott Olson/Getty Images

McAllen, Texas, March 2

Gaby Brown, 15, prepared for her quinceañera. For girls in the Rio Grande Valley, growing up means navigating a bilingual, binational world.

Ilana Panich-Linsman for The New York Times

Lake Baikal, Russia, March 2

Runners crossed the frozen lake surface in the grueling Baikal Ice Marathon in Siberia.

Emile Alain Ducke for The New York Times

Svalbard, Norway, April 6

Anja Sommerfeld from the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research launched an “ozone-sonde,” an instrument that measures ozone levels.

Esther Horvath for The New York Times

Paris, April 3

The pop icon Madonna peering through a 1991 photograph of herself by Steven Meisel.

JR for The New York Times

Los Angeles, April 2

Mourners held a vigil for the rapper Nipsey Hussle outside his clothing store, where he had been gunned down in the parking lot.

Alex Welsh for The New York Times

Paris, April 15

Flames tore through Notre-Dame cathedral, causing the collapse of its spire, leaving the country stunned and generating an outpouring of grief across the world.

Veronique De Viguerie/Getty Images

Shenzhen, China, April 12

An employee with the technology company Huawei rested at his cubicle during a lunch break.

Kevin Frayer/Getty Images

The Messier 87 galaxy, April 10

It might look like just a lopsided ring of light. But look closer and you’ll see a one-way portal to eternity: the first ever image of a black hole.

Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration, via National Science Foundation

Catania, Sicily, April 1

The Teatro Massimo Bellini isn’t just for tenors and sopranos. Chefs celebrated the second day of Cibo Nostrum, a festival of Italian food and wine, at the opera house.

Fabrizio Villa/Getty Images

Augusta, Ga., April 14

Tiger Woods captured his fifth Masters title and his 15th major tournament in a stunning comeback from a decade-long championship drought.

Doug Mills/The New York Times

Negombo, Sri Lanka, April 22

Relatives lit candles after the burial of three members of the same family who died in Easter Sunday suicide bombings that killed more than 250 people.

Adam Dean for The New York Times

Raqqa, Syria, April 4

Two men walked through a heavily damaged neighborhood, more than a year after the city’s liberation from the Islamic State.

Ivor Prickett for The New York Times

Brooklyn, N.Y., April 17

The scene at an apartment complex in the Crown Heights neighborhood where Davion Powell, 18, was shot and killed, a victim of a spike in gang violence.

Christopher Lee for The New York Times

The Sahara, Morocco, April 7

Runners neared the finish line on Day 1 of the six-day Marathon des Sables, one of the world’s most punishing races.

Ryan Christopher Jones for The New York Times

Seko, Central African Republic, April 25

A camp for internally displaced people. Waves of violence by rebel factions have forced more than a quarter of the country’s residents to flee their homes.

Ashley Gilbertson for The New York Times

Queens, N.Y., April 4

Noah Syndergaard pitching for the New York Mets in an opening day game against the Washington Nationals.

Hilary Swift for The New York Times

Paris, May 20

Notre-Dame cathedral remained standing amid its renovation scaffolding after an extensive fire that threatened the complete destruction of one of France’s most revered monuments.

Thomas Goisque

Democratic Republic of Congo, May 8

Even as deaths from an Ebola outbreak were rising in Central Africa, four teenage musicians offered a sense of normalcy in a churchyard in the city of Beni.

Finbarr O’Reilly for The New York Times

Missouri, May 23

Dwight Days searched for a cellphone at his ripped-apart home in Jefferson City, Missouri’s capital. Two tornados hit the state, killing at least three people.

Whitney Curtis for The New York Times

Yakawlang, Afghanistan, May 19

Students walked home over the mountains from Rustam school, seen behind them. Ninety percent of the school’s graduates get into college. Most are girls.

Jim Huylebroek for The New York Times

Demilitarized Zone, June 30

President Trump became the first sitting American commander in chief to set foot in North Korea when he met Kim Jong-un, the country’s leader.

Erin Schaff/The New York Times

New York, June 30

Attendees clambered for a view of the Pride March, a celebration of L.G.B.T.Q. identity. This year’s parade came 50 years after the Stonewall Inn uprising.

Brittainy Newman/The New York Time

Mexico City, June 3

Taxi drivers parked their pink and white cabs in the Zócalo, the city’s main square, in a protest against Uber and other ride-sharing apps.

Pedro Pardo/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

Columbia, Mo., June 6

Noah Doolady, left, moved to the music with his skating partner, Kev Presley.

Jacob Moscovitch for The New York Times

Jalapa, Guatemala, June 3

Luis Recinos, 10, prayed before lunch. His mother was killed by her husband, a victim of the widespread violence against women that has driven an exodus of migrants from Central America.

Meridith Kohut for The New York Times

Dobrusa, Moldova, July 4

Grisa Muntean is the last survivor of the village of Dobrusa, but he has a multitude of animals, including ducks, geese, chickens and several thousand bees.

Laetitia Vancon for The New York Times

Paris, July 25

Cooling off in the Trocadéro fountain as a heat wave swept Europe.

Andrea Mantovani for The New York Times

East Java Province, Indonesia, July 18

Crowds gathered near Mount Bromo for a Tenggerese festival, in which Hindu worshipers toss offerings of crops and livestock into the volcano.

Rizki Dwi Putra/Reuters

New Jersey, July 25

A harmful algal bloom on Lake Hopatcong in the Crescent Cove area. The bacteria can cause skin rashes, flu-like conditions, headaches and other health issues.

Rick Loomis for The New York Times

Hong Kong, July 1

Antigovernment protesters clashed with the police before a ceremony to mark the anniversary of Hong Kong’s return to China from Britain.

Lam Yik Fei for The New York Times

New York, July 8

A protest group called Hot Mess held up images of Jeffrey Epstein, the financier indicted on sex-trafficking charges who died by suicide in August, outside the federal courthouse in Manhattan.

Stephanie Keith/Getty Images

California, July 11

Cove Beach is a favorite for locals of the Lost Coast, a remote and rugged shoreline where crowds are sparse and cellphones are useless (and you won’t care).

Alexandra Hootnick for The New York Times

Hong Kong, Aug. 24

Demonstrators clashed with police officers in riot gear in the Kowloon Bay district as pro-democracy protests continued to rock Hong Kong.

Lam Yik Fei for The New York Times

Pulwama, Kashmir, Aug. 17

Relatives of Fayaz Ahmed Mir, a tractor driver and Arabic scholar, cried after he was detained by security forces, as India carried out mass arrests of civilian leaders.

Atul Loke for The New York Times

Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia, Aug. 20

Brown bears flocked to the shores of Kurilskoye Lake to feed on wild salmon.

Sergey Ponomarev for The New York Times

Diest, Belgium, Aug. 28

Marieke Vervoort, a 40-year-old Belgian Paralympic athlete, had a degenerative spinal disease that left her in excruciating pain. In October, she would end her life through euthanasia.

Lynsey Addario for The New York Times

New York, Aug. 8

Dancers flung red feathers, like fountains of blood, at the end of “Under Siege,” at Lincoln Center in Manhattan.

Caitlin Ochs for The New York Times

Brooklyn, N.Y., Aug. 24

Dancing in the streets during a block party in the Sunset Park neighborhood.

Kirsten Luce for The New York Times

Hong Kong, Aug. 25

Protesters in the Tsuen Wan district. The city has been roiled by violent clashes as rallies over an extradition bill morphed into a broader call for political reforms and police accountability.

Lam Yik Fei for The New York Times

Brazil, Sept. 8

A fire reached the Amazon rainforest near the city of Porto Velho. The destruction of the Amazon in Brazil has rapidly increased under a new president.

Victor Moriyama for The New York Times

Treasure Cay, Bahamas, Sept. 4

The home of Stafford Symonette lay among the ruins caused by Hurricane Dorian, which hit the Bahamas as a Category 5 storm. Across the islands, the destruction was staggering.

Daniele Volpe for The New York Times

Abaco Islands, Bahamas, Sept. 4

Hurricane Dorian wrought devastation on the Abaco Islands, where the deadly storm made landfall.

Scott McIntyre for The New York Times

London, Sept. 7

Police officers formed a line in front of pro-Brexit demonstrators in Parliament Square. The Brexiteers refused to leave to make way for a previously booked anti-Brexit rally.

Andrew Testa for The New York Times

Santiago, Chile, Oct. 29

A burning barricade marked the end of a long day of unrest in the capital. Protests that began over a subway fare rise spiraled into violent clashes between security forces and demonstrators.

Tomas Munita for The New York Times

Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Oct. 16

A girl cried at her father’s funeral, which was organized by government opposition. A growing movement to oust President Jovenel Moïse has pushed the nation to the brink of collapse.

Chandan Khanna/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

Baghdad, Oct. 28

A protester was treated for the effects of tear gas fired by security forces, as growing antigovernment demonstrations gained support around Iraq.

Ivor Prickett for The New York Times

Hong Kong, Oct. 1

Protesters were engulfed in tear gas in the Wong Tai Sin neighborhood as the violence there overshadowed China’s National Day parade in Beijing.

Lam Yik Fei for The New York Times

Mihama, Mie Prefecture, Japan, Oct. 12

Typhoon Hagibis, the most powerful storm to strike the country in decades, brought huge waves, strong winds and torrential rain, and killed dozens of people.

Franck Robichon/EPA, via Shutterstock

Kavalcik, Turkey, Oct. 27

Ammar, a Syrian refugee, harvested parsley alongside Turkish women and children. Turkey has proposed a “safe zone” for refugees in Syria, but many are wary of returning.

Mauricio Lima for The New York Times

Oakland, Calif., Oct. 7

“Jimmy,” with his dog Ellie Mae in a sprawling homeless encampment. There are over 550,000 homeless people in the United States. In Oakland alone, across the bay from San Francisco, there are over 90 camps.

Josh Haner/The New York Times

Near Tel Tamer, Syria, Oct. 16

Black smoke rose from tire fires, set to decrease the visibility of Turkish warplanes, amid sporadic fighting between Turkish and Kurdish forces.

Delil Souleiman/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

Northeastern Syria, Oct. 22

Boys peering out from a crowded cell at a prison for Islamic State suspects. Their parents were either dead or detained.

Ivor Prickett for The New York Times

Windsor, Calif., Oct. 27

Firefighters battled the Kincade fire, which forced the evacuation of nearly 200,000 people in Northern California.

Max Whittaker for The New York Times

Hong Kong, Nov. 12

Protesters clashing with riot police officers on the campus of the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Lam Yik Fei for The New York Times

Sonora, Mexico, Nov. 5

Relatives examined wreckage from the massacre of a Mormon family in rural Mexico. The nine deaths horrified a nation facing a record-high number of murders.

Herika Martinez/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

Bolivia, Nov. 14

Supporters of ousted Bolivian President Evo Morales held up the multicolored Indigenous flag during a protest near Cochabamba.

Victor Moriyama for The New York Times

Washington, Nov. 14

President Trump departed from the South Lawn of the White House, passing reporters, to board Marine One for a campaign event in Louisiana.

Damon Winter/The New York Times

Paris, Dec. 5

Riot police officers secured an area during a demonstration in Paris, amid mass strikes over the government’s retirement reform.

Thibault Camus/Associated Press

New Delhi, Dec. 9

A woman wept for a deceased family member outside a mortuary after a fire that killed 43 people.

Saumya Khandelwal for The New York Times

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