It's hard to know what to gawp at. The elegant brigade of classic cars that rallied from Beijing to Shanghai, or the unusual snapshot of modern China captured by two Belgian "classic car addicts." The 5th edition of Classic Car Challenge China saw 51 classic cars from 26 countries drive through China's rural back roads, bustling cities and national highways.
The Northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis, streak the skies in spectacular shades of green, red and purple in this far northern Norwegian town of Kirkenes. Tourists flock to this bit of the Arctic Circle to chase the mesmerizing lights. But an entirely different reason drives the curious figures on bikes arriving here from Russia.
The symmetry would have been pleasing to the eye if we didn't know what it meant. Hurricane Patricia, in satellite imagery from early Friday, before landfall, presented a perfect doughnut shape with a precisely circular eye. As a rule, that clean, textbook appearance means deadly. That rule was right in this case, and we knew it as soon as it happened. But we hadn't seen it coming.
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Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia are choking under a thick haze of smog caused by the annual burning of land for the production of pulp, paper and palm oil on the island of Sumatra, in western Indonesia and Borneo.