Pilot Captures Breathtakingly Beautiful Photos From Cockpit & We Can’t Take Our Eyes Off Them!
Photographer Santiago Borja Lopez has captured some amazingly beautiful formations of the sky from his cockpit.
Santiago is a pilot based in Quito, Ecuador, and works for Ecuador Airlines. Whenever he is off-duty, he takes out his camera and captures the spectacular sights that the skies have to offer. Looking at his ‘Of-this-world’ captures, one may envy his job and crave for those long flights.
The captures are so magnificent that they kindle the urge in you to fly. One may envy the perks this job generates. Just peek through the window and there are stupendous sights to behold. Whether it is day or night, awe is guaranteed! A few clicks by lensman give him awesome results and pay.
From colossal white clouds to lightning to the bird’s eye view of cities to storms to the silvery moon, Santiago has photographed lovely occurrences in the sky. He is active on his Instagram handle and has over 28,000 followers.
#1. A cumulonimbus cloud over the Pacific Ocean, at 37,000 feet en route to South America.
Having more than 38,000 followers on Instagram, Santiago has around 240 Insta posts, all laden with the spectacular beauty of nature. He is enjoying the beauty of the earth, sitting in the laps of nature. The passionate pilot can be referred to as a connoisseur of the sky and its phenomena. One word for his collection – breathtaking!
#2. Lightning, one-of-its-kind.
#3. A storm over the Panama city.
#4. Spectacular night flashes in the Atlantic Ocean.
#5. The starry night sky.
#6. Nature weaving magic!
#7. A sight of the Colombian Amazonia sky.
#8. A storm developing over the Atlantic Ocean, somewhere near Janmaica.
#9. Tormenta, Coast Of Venezuela, South America.
#10. Mooning around the Super Moon at 2,900 meteres above the surface In Quito, Ecuador.
#11. Clouds look like a nuclear explosion, over the Colombian rainforest.
#12. Shooting stars. Fugaz, Atlantic Ocean, North Of Panama City.
#13. An brwing storm.
#14. Amazonia between Ecuador and Colombia.
#15. Over Guayaquil, Ecuador. Those shades of grey!
#16. A storm over Colombian Amazonia.
#17. Sunset in Quito, Ecuador.
#18. Cloud City, Quito, Ecuador; looks like a piece of jewellery.
#19. Gosh, that is a blinding storm.
#20 A bed of clouds over Ecuador.
#21. Looks like an ocean in the skies of Ecuador.
#22. When Miami has a clear day…
#23. A fierce development over Guayaquil, Ecuador.
#24. A storm hour in Amazonia, South America.
#25. Finally, cruising out of Quito, Ecuador.
Keep up the good work, Santiago, never let this passion of your take a backseat. *Love*
You can follow Santiago Borja on Instagram.