From the amazing phenomenon of the supermoon and the mesmerizing aurora, to the human horror of Ebola and conflict zone.

This is a new post from POW, which brings you the most spectacular photos from around the world, without forgetting the eyes that have passion for fire.

Rebecca Redwine from Grandma's in the Park has one eye visible from between nearly 100 towels as she competes in the towel carrying contest during the 10th annual Iron Range Housekeeping Olympics held Monday at AmericInn in Virginia, Minn. (MARK SAUER / AP)
Rebecca Redwine from Grandma’s in the Park has one eye visible from between nearly 100 towels as she competes in the towel carrying contest during the 10th annual Iron Range Housekeeping Olympics held Monday at AmericInn in Virginia, Minn. (MARK SAUER / AP)
A couple sits on a bluff overlooking the Missouri River as the full moon rises in the distance. Monday night's full moon was the third and final supermoon of 2014. (Charlie Riedel / AP)
A couple sits on a bluff overlooking the Missouri River as the full moon rises in the distance. Monday night’s full moon was the third and final supermoon of 2014. (Charlie Riedel / AP)
The sun shot out a double burst of electrically charged particles — known as coronal mass ejections, or CMEs — directly toward us this week. The geomagnetic activity produced fantastic northern lights. This Aurora Borealis filling the sky over a house in Finland. (Henri Luoma)
The sun shot out a double burst of electrically charged particles — known as coronal mass ejections, or CMEs — directly toward us this week. The geomagnetic activity produced fantastic northern lights. This Aurora Borealis filling the sky over a house in Finland. (Henri Luoma)
Nuhad Kocer, 29, sits at a YPJ military base in Til Kocer, Syria. Beside her is "Azadi the doll," named after YPJ soldier Azadi Ristem, pictured in the photo frame at left, who was killed by a sniper from the al Qaeda-linked al-Nusra Front. (Erin Trieb / NBC)
Nuhad Kocer, 29, sits at a YPJ military base in Til Kocer, Syria. Beside her is “Azadi the doll,” named after YPJ soldier Azadi Ristem, pictured in the photo frame at left, who was killed by a sniper from the al Qaeda-linked al-Nusra Front. (Erin Trieb / NBC)
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry looks over papers while flying from Jordan to Iraq. Kerry flew into Iraq for talks with its new leaders on their role in a long-awaited new strategy against Islamic State militants announced by President Barack Obama later that day. (Brendan Smialowski / AFP - Getty Images)
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry looks over papers while flying from Jordan to Iraq. Kerry flew into Iraq for talks with its new leaders on their role in a long-awaited new strategy against Islamic State militants announced by President Barack Obama later that day. (Brendan Smialowski / AFP – Getty Images)
Medical staff carry James Dorbor, 8, suspected of having Ebola, into a treatment facility in Monrovia, Liberia. Ebola — the reality and the hysteria over it — is having a serious economic impact on Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, three nations already at the bottom of global economic and social indicators. (Daniel Berehulak / Redux Pictures)
Medical staff carry James Dorbor, 8, suspected of having Ebola, into a treatment facility in Monrovia, Liberia. Ebola — the reality and the hysteria over it — is having a serious economic impact on Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, three nations already at the bottom of global economic and social indicators. (Daniel Berehulak / Redux Pictures)
An injured man sits at a field hospital after what activists said were airstrikes by forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad, in the Duma neighbourhood of Damascus. (BADRA MAMET / REUTERS)
An injured man sits at a field hospital after what activists said were airstrikes by forces loyal to Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad, in the Duma neighbourhood of Damascus. (BADRA MAMET / REUTERS)
Palestinian students look inside a classroom that witnesses said was shelled by Israel during its offensive, on the first day of the new school year east of Gaza City. (Suhaib Salem / REUTERS)
Palestinian students look inside a classroom that witnesses said was shelled by Israel during its offensive, on the first day of the new school year east of Gaza City. (Suhaib Salem / REUTERS)
An Indian Kashmiri man crosses over flood waters with the use of a rope in Srinagar. Bewildered families, nursing children and clutching meagre belongings, packed into makeshift relief centres after fleeing floods in India and Pakistan that have now claimed more than 400 lives. (PUNIT PARANJPE / AFP - GETTY IMAGES)
An Indian Kashmiri man crosses over flood waters with the use of a rope in Srinagar. Bewildered families, nursing children and clutching meagre belongings, packed into makeshift relief centres after fleeing floods in India and Pakistan that have now claimed more than 400 lives. (PUNIT PARANJPE / AFP – GETTY IMAGES)
A general view taken from an airplane on shows cultured farms in northern Saudi Arabia. (BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI / AFP - GETTY IMAGES)
A general view taken from an airplane on shows cultured farms in northern Saudi Arabia. (BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI / AFP – GETTY IMAGES)
A wilting rose is left in remembrance at the site of the World Trade Center, where commemorations around the united states remembered the lives of nearly 3,000 people lost 13 years ago in the September 11 attacks. (Andrew Burton / AP)
A wilting rose is left in remembrance at the site of the World Trade Center, where commemorations around the united states remembered the lives of nearly 3,000 people lost 13 years ago in the September 11 attacks. (Andrew Burton / AP)
Wearing a heat-resistant suit, George Kourounis, a Canadian adventurer and television presenter, takes a 'selfie' in the crater of the Ambrym volcano on the Pacific archipelago of Vanatu. The crater is 360m (1,181ft) deep. (George Kourounis)
Wearing a heat-resistant suit, George Kourounis, a Canadian adventurer and television presenter, takes a ‘selfie’ in the crater of the Ambrym volcano on the Pacific archipelago of Vanatu. The crater is 360m (1,181ft) deep. (George Kourounis)
Blazing saddles: A Kyrgyz stuntman performs during the first World Nomad Games in the Kyrchin (Semenovskoe) gorge, some 300 km from Bishkek.(VYACHESLAV OSELEDKO / AFP - Getty Images)
Blazing saddles: A Kyrgyz stuntman performs during the first World Nomad Games in the Kyrchin (Semenovskoe) gorge, some 300 km from Bishkek.(VYACHESLAV OSELEDKO / AFP – Getty Images)
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