This Pilot Took Absolutely Breathtaking Photos From His Cockpit And You Are Going to Love Them

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Being a pilot means you naturally see the world from up above on a pretty regular basis. Not everyone gets to be privy to such a view. Until now.
Santiago Borja Lopez flies for Ecuador Airlines and when he’s not on duty, he loves to get up in the air and take photos. He captures anything from lightening to storms from up above. He chronicles his journeys on Instagram.
The image above is entitled ‘A Colossal Cumulonimbus Flashes Over The Pacific Ocean As We Circle Around It At 37000 Feet En Route To South America’.
Now you can see what he sees, without having to get your pilot license. Want more? Follow Lopez on Instagram at @santiagoborja.
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‘I’ve Never Seen Lightning Like This One’

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Atomic Storm

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Soaring, Guayaquil, Ecuador

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Fugaz, Atlantic Ocean, North Of Panama City

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An Ominous Storm Over Panama City

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The Amazonia Between Ecuador and Colombia

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‘Looking Like A Nuclear Explosion, This Great Cumulonimbus Is Discharging Its Power Over Colombian Rainforest’

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Night Flashes, Atlantic Ocean

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Mooning Around, Super Moon, At 2,900m In Quito, Ecuador

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Sunset, Quito, Ecuador

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Tormenta, Coast Of Venezuela, South America

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Cloud City, Quito, Ecuador

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Blinding Storm

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Magic

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A Magnificent Storm Developing Over The Atlantic Ocean, A Few Miles South Of Jamaica

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Vertical Development, Ecuador

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Night Sky

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