Singapore Harbor

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There’s something magical about viewing things from above. As Earthbound humans, we rarely see things from that vantage point. This is why I’m looking forward to the PBS four-part series “Life From Above,” which debuts Oct. 23. The show captures the planet’s unique movements and changes, all viewed from space. The premiere episode shows weather on the move and features hurricanes on the Gulf Coast and rains in Africa. There’s also a segment on the greatest delta on Earth, which you’ve likely never heard of — the Sundarbans. The change it goes through in relatively short periods of time is fascinating.

Terry is a journalist and social media manager for The Gazette. He's a graduate of the University of Denver, loves the Denver Broncos, and is a member of the Television Critics Association and Broadcast Television Journalists Association.

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