It's not often that a colorful sunrise occurs while rain is falling, but that's what happened Saturday morning.
Social media photographers captured a beautiful sunset on Saturday night, as high, wispy clouds provided a canvas for the sun's rays.
The Aurora Borealis put on quite a show on Friday night, as the second of two Earth-bound geomagnetic storms peaked.
Locations around the world enjoyed the Harvest supermoon in all its glory.
The sunset last night and the sunrise this morning simply amazed.
The heaviest storm tracked north of the city, but we still managed some keeper shots.
The end of summer is only a few weeks away but it felt like mid-July at sunrise on Saturday morning. With each passing day this week, the sunrise will occur a minute later than the previous day.
It was a hot and stormy night on Tuesday, and our readers have the photos to prove it.
Watch this timelapse view of the explosive growth of a thunderstorm, and appreciate how it's energy is equivalent to a nuclear bomb.
Looking back on the cold and snowy winter of 2013-2014 through beautiful, black and white photography.