The Atlantic's In Focus publishes its Year in Photos 2012
Dec 7, 2012 at 21:18 GMT
The Atlantic's excellent 'In Focus' photo blog has published the third and final part of its 2012 Year in Photos. The three-part series includes 135 images from around the world, covering a great breadth of events and subjects. As you'd expect of such a review, there are some occasionally graphic images that some readers may find disturbing but there are also some astonishing photos giving a surprising views of other countries and cultures.
We've chosen three of our favorite images from the three-part article, and you can click on them (or the text links) to see Atlantic's full selection. And as always, let us know your favorites in the comments.
|Space shuttle Discovery en route to its final home at the Smithsonian Institution's National Air and Space Museum, Washington, DC on April 17, 2012. (Reuters/Robert Markowitz/NASA)|
|Still in orbit, here is the International Space Station, 240 miles above earth. This is a composite image, assembled from a series of images taken from a camera mounted on the station. (NASA/Don Pettit)|