Are You In This Picture?

From rallies and revolutions to weddings and celebrations, TIME has photographed all the big news events of the year. Now we want to know if we photographed you.

We’re asking readers to head over to a dedicated photo album on TIME’s Facebook page and tag themselves if they appear in these pictures—some of our favorites from 2011. This is all part of a new ongoing project from TIME, one that we hope tells the story behind our iconic photography from the people who were there.

To participate, visit TIME’s Facebook album and flip through the images. We’ve provided dates and locations on each picture to ease the search, but we’d also love your help getting the word out about the project. Please considering sharing this story with friends and family on your favorite social networks.

- The editors

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