Las fotos de Instagram que marcaron este 2014

Las fotos de Instagram que marcaron este 2014

El número de usuarios de Instagram alcanzó este mes 300 millones personas. 'TIME' junto con esta aplicación popular para compartir fotos ha hecho una recopilación de los momentos clave de 2014.

Daniela Marín
17.12.2014

La revista anglosajona Time, realizó una recopilación de la mejores imágenes de Instagram que marcaron este 2014.

“Momentos reales son capturados y publicados en Instagram cada día”, dice Pamela Chen, directora editorial de Instagram. “Estas [imágenes] son sólo una muestra de las poderosas fotos compartidas por personas de todo el mundo en 2014.”

La guerra en Gaza, los conflictos en México, las manifestaciones del racismo policial en Ferguson, la incesante disputa política y religiosa en Afganistán, son algunos de los momentos retratados en las fotografías publicadas.

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