Top 10 Twitter Pics of the Week

1. Oscars

Last week, the 84th edition of the #Oscars took place. The Artist won five Oscars, including Best Picture. Lots of celebrities attended the Oscars and the parties that were organized around the event. This picture di “Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth at Elton John’s Oscar party.” It was posted to Twitter by E! Online (@eonline, over 4 million followers).

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What happens when you take 45 million pictures posted on Twitter, rank them according to popularity and hash tags, and place them in a 10-picture gallery? If you’d like to know the answer to that question, you’ve come to the right place.

We didn’t do this all by ourselves, though. Our good friends at Skylines, eagle eyed researchers all, have developed a algorithm that gives them an uncanny way of finding the most interesting pictures transmitted around the world during the previous week.

By the way, If you’d like to get to know these cool Skylines people — and if you’re going to SXSW — they’re putting together an event called Photo Drinks on March 11 at 4 p.m., and you’re all invited!

So get ready for another batch of Top 10 Twitter pics of the week, images that are filled with beauty, pathos, triumph, high fashion, and even a bit of cuteness. The best news? We’ve gathered all of it for you, right here.

In case you missed them, here are last week’s Top 10 Twitter Pics.

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