An estimated 25,000 people participated in the inaugural Baltimore Color Run on Saturday in downtown Baltimore. The 5K run – a race in the non-competitive sense – features runners being showered with colored corn starch. The result: Some eye-catching photos of colored powder in the air, and runners who are covered in rainbow splotches. Check out these images from Saturday’s event, and compare them to pictures from past Color Run events held in Australia, Brazil and the U.S.
April 11 Photo Brief: Lindsey Vonn cheers on Tiger at the Masters, Tom Cruise visits fans on Hollywood Boulevard and a vigil in DC against gun violence
Professional skier Lindsey Vonn watches her boyfriend Tiger Woods on the first day of the Masters Golf Tournament, Tom Cruise stops to talk with fans on Hollywood Boulevard during the opening of his new movie “Oblivion,” volunteers place crosses on the Capitol mall to symbolize victims of gun violence and more in today’s daily brief.
Catherine, Countess of Strathearn shoots some hoops, a 1989 flying Ford Fiesta returns to the roof of Cologne’s city museum, temperatures in Germany expect to take a turn to the warm side and more in today’s daily brief.
March 1 Photo Brief: Australian air show, Egyptian Harlem Shake, panda specimens and Cirque du Soleil’s Kooza
The Royal Australian Air Force draws 180,000 patrons to the Australian International Airshow, Egyptian activists perform the “Harlem Shake” in front of the Muslim Brotherhood headquarters, the Shanghai Nature museum prepares panda specimens, Cirque du Soleil’s “Kooza” hits Madrid and more in today’s daily brief.
Malians loot shops in Timbuktu as French troops arrive, more smog problems in Beijing, Vikings in Scotland, devils in Spain, big waves, bad hair and more in today’s daily brief.
Jan. 24 Photo Brief: Ostriches in the snow, an empty suit, dancing poodles, Ghanian soccer fans, World Cup skiing
Ostriches in the snow, an empty suit, dancing poodles, Ghanian soccer fans, World Cup skiing and more in today’s Daily Brief.
Jan 17. Photo Brief: Germany is freezing over while Australia heats up, tenuous peace on the Indian-Pakistan border and pets be blessed
Temperatures get down right chilly in western Germany while the thermometer reaches 104 Fahrenheit at the Australian Open tennis tournament, a tenuous ceasefire holds on the India-Pakistan border following cross-border firing, priests bless pets on the day of San Anton, Spain’s patron saint of animals and more in today’s daily brief.
Jan. 11 Photo Brief: A panda in Snow World, Golden Power acrobats, a wolf man in London and Kate Middelton’s natural painting
Kate and Will think her new official portrait is beautiful but critics disagree, the Circus of Horrors rehearses in London, the Harbin International Ice and Snow World festival draws a crowd in China, the Hungarian ‘Golden Power’ acrobats rehearse for the Grand Circus of Budapest and more in today’s daily brief.
Jan. 9 Photo Brief: Ferry crash in New York, Storms dump rain and snow on the Middle East, Black Nazarene, Carnival masks, Animals keeping cool in Rio
Fifty-seven injured in New York ferry crash, Lebanon gets snow while Gaza and Israel deal with flooding, the Black Nazarene is celebrated in Manila, Brazil prepares for Carnival, Animals keeping cool in Rio and more in today’s daily brief.
Jan. 8 Photo Brief: Betty White’s early birthday surprise, Alabama’s Nick Saban gets dunked and is Hugo Chavez dead?
Betty White gets a hunky 91st birthday surprise on Anderson Live, head coach Nick Saban is dunked with Gatorade following Alabama’s win over Notre Dame in the 2013 BCS Championship, speculation abounds about the health status of Venezuela’s cancer-stricken president and much more in today’s daily brief.