Can satellite images of our planet's varied terrain make humanity's impact apparent?
Diwali lights in England, a pair of scary clown masks in Nicaragua, a rat stuck in a New York garbage can, a bioluminescent jellyfish in the Marianas Trench, a little Hitler, and much more.
Source: Photos of the Week: 10/15–10/21
Hurricane Matthew, the most powerful Atlantic storm in nearly a decade, left a path of destruction over the Caribbean and is gaining strength as it heads towards southern US. At least 16 deaths have been blamed on the hurricane, and it is feared that Haiti is facing catastrophic damage.
Tears for Alton Sterling, haute-couture Paris fashion, a swollen river in China, and much more.
Source: Photos of the Week 7/2-7/8
Spectacular wildlife photography: the winners and runners-up from the 2016 Audubon Photography Awards competition.
As the Queen celebrates her 90th birthday, we present an image from every year of her life.
The Qingming Festival, also know as Tomb Sweeping Day, was held earlier this week marked by people visiting cemeteries to clean tombs, lay flowers, and make offerings to the deceased.
Following President Barack Obama’s historic trip to Cuba in March, Reuters photographer Ueslei Marcelino set up his camera on the streets of Havana and asked passing residents what they thought of Obama’s visit.
We wear masks for many reasons: for fun, for protection, or to make a statement.
Source: The Masks We Wear - The Atlantic