[1280×853] Santosh Shivashankar Chunchunguppe of India rides his Suzuki through the water during the Buenos Aires-Rosario prologue stage of Dakar Rally 2016 in Arrecifes, Argentina, January 2, 2016. (Reuters/Marcos Brindicci)

[1280×853] Santosh Shivashankar Chunchunguppe of India rides his Suzuki through the water during the Buenos Aires-Rosario prologue stage of Dakar Rally 2016 in Arrecifes, Argentina, January 2, 2016. (Reuters/Marcos Brindicci)

USS New Orleans (CA 32) comes into the Puget Sound Navy Yard, Bremerton, Washington, for a new bow after battle with Japanese warships in Southwest Pacific. 11 January 1944. [2128 x 2617]

USS New Orleans (CA 32) comes into the Puget Sound Navy Yard, Bremerton, Washington, for a new bow after battle with Japanese warships in Southwest Pacific. 11 January 1944. [2128 x 2617]

Gas from a ruptured supply line burns as water from broken water main floods Balboa Boulevard in the Granada Hills area of Los Angeles, on January 17, 1994 after the Northridge Earthquake [1200 x 774]

Gas from a ruptured supply line burns as water from broken water main floods Balboa Boulevard in the Granada Hills area of Los Angeles, on January 17, 1994 after the Northridge Earthquake [1200 x 774]

The Glenbervie (launched in 1866) was shipwrecked on the rocks of Lowland Point near Coverack, Cornwall in January 1902, after being lost in bad weather. All 16 crew members were saved by lifeboats. [2000 x 1616]

The Glenbervie (launched in 1866) was shipwrecked on the rocks of Lowland Point near Coverack, Cornwall in January 1902, after being lost in bad weather. All 16 crew members were saved by lifeboats. [2000 x 1616]

The remains of Boeing B-29 “Little Clambert” (42-24582) of the 44th Bombardment Squadron destroyed by the accidental ignition of a M47 incendiary bomb while being loaded in Chakulia, India – 14th January 1945 [2500×9125]

The remains of Boeing B-29 “Little Clambert” (42-24582) of the 44th Bombardment Squadron destroyed by the accidental ignition of a M47 incendiary bomb while being loaded in Chakulia, India – 14th January 1945 [2500×9125]

Japanese convoy along French Indo China coast, 15 miles south of Cam Ranh Bay left burning by carrier-based planes of Task Force 38. Taken by plane from USS Hancock (CV 19), 12 January 1945. [2048 x 1593]

Japanese convoy along French Indo China coast, 15 miles south of Cam Ranh Bay left burning by carrier-based planes of Task Force 38. Taken by plane from USS Hancock (CV 19), 12 January 1945. [2048 x 1593]

Rubble and the remains of barbed wire line the streets of Cholon, a suburb of Saigon that was burned by South Vietnamese army troops in an effort to flush out any Viet Cong that remained after the Tet Offensive in late January, 1968. [1125 x 1771]

Rubble and the remains of barbed wire line the streets of Cholon, a suburb of Saigon that was burned by South Vietnamese army troops in an effort to flush out any Viet Cong that remained after the Tet Offensive in late January, 1968. [1125 x 1771]

“Photograph showing ruins of Messrs Odhams Printing Works, 93 Long Acre, London, which was bombed by two German Gotha aircraft. 38 people were killed and 85 injured in an an air-raid shelter in the building.” January 28, 1918. [3501×2955]

“Photograph showing ruins of Messrs Odhams Printing Works, 93 Long Acre, London, which was bombed by two German Gotha aircraft. 38 people were killed and 85 injured in an an air-raid shelter in the building.” January 28, 1918. [3501×2955]