When you’re still at school, snow days are the highlight of the winter season. Everytime districts decide to close up for a day, for kids it’s almost like Christmas. For anybody else it’s a huge pain in the neck.
Do you like to fly or on a contrary, planes make you sick and nervous? Either way, today you can appreciate beautiful sights of blue skies, fuzzy clouds and amazing views, thanks to this collection of pictures taken during flights.
A couple of Chinese newlyweds decided to take their wedding photos in a dark and striking direction to protest their country’s out-of-control pollution. The two lovebirds took their wedding photos wearing gas masks to shield themselves from Beijing’s clouds of toxic smog.
The Northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis, is a brilliant light display in the sky caused by collisions between electrically charged particles from the sun and the Earth’s atmosphere. The phenomenon is usually only visible in Arctic regions, but strong solar winds caused them to be seen further south than usual.
Before science shaped our understanding of the weather, however, ancient cultures used stories, folklore and mythology to explain the world’s craziest weather occurrences.
The Great Lakes, which hold nearly one-fifth of the surface fresh water in the world, are almost completely frozen over after an unusually cold winter.