Shot From the Cockpit of a Boeing 767, Santiago Borja’s Photographs Capture Stunning Storms Around the World

A storm cloud taken from the cockpit of an airplane.

All images © Santiago Borja, shared with permission

Illuminated by lightning or the setting sun, Santiago Borja’s dramatic photographs (previously) capture storms from a unique perspective: right beside them at eye level. As a Boeing 767 pilot, he observes stunning meteorological phenomena on his travels around the globe, spotting towering cumulonimbus clouds and powerful lightning strikes. “As long as we learn about nature and never underestimate its power, we can safely navigate through its features while enjoying the views,” he says.

Prints of some of Borja’s images are available to purchase on his website, and you can follow his ongoing travels and storm sightings on Instagram.

A storm cloud taken from the cockpit of an airplane.

A storm cloud and lightning taken from the cockpit of an airplane.

A storm cloud taken from the cockpit of an airplane.

A storm cloud taken from the cockpit of an airplane.  A storm cloud and lightning taken from the cockpit of an airplane.

A storm cloud taken from the cockpit of an airplane.

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