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2008 in The Big Picture

Posted on: December 28, 2008

chaiten

2008 has definitely been one of the most eventful year in recent memory. The big financial crisis, the China Olympics, the American presidential election and many other memorable events. The Big Picture has compiled some of the most amazing photographs taken in 2008. Here are some of my favourites. You can view the rest in part 1, part 2 and part 3. As we reminisce the year that will have been lets hope for a better year ahead. 

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athens

Goodbye 2008.

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