Being a pilot, you get to see a bunch of beautiful sights from above. Being a pilot for a South American airline, you also get to witness the stunning phenomena of storms as your job requires flying over regions that experience them.
Meet Santiago Borja Lopez – a Quito, Ecuador-based pilot who works for Ecuador Airlines. Whenever the pilot is off-duty, he pulls out his camera to capture the magnificent sights he witnesses in air. From incredible storms to even lightning bolts – the photos he captures are truly magnificent. Keep on scrolling to take a look and follow Santiago’s journey on Instagram. You can read more about one of Santiago’s shots in our previous article.
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‘A Colossal Cumulonimbus Flashes Over The Pacific Ocean As We Circle Around It At 37000 Feet En Route To South America’
‘I’ve Never Seen Lightning Like This One’
Night Flashes, Atlantic Ocean
An Ominous Storm Over Panama City
Tormenta, Coast Of Venezuela, South America
Flying Over The Colombian Amazonia About To Enter Ecuadorian Airspace To Descend Over The Andes Into Guayaquil
A Magnificent Storm Developing Over The Atlantic Ocean, A Few Miles South Of Jamaica
Mooning Around, Super Moon, At 2,900m In Quito, Ecuador
‘Looking Like A Nuclear Explosion, This Great Cumulonimbus Is Discharging Its Power Over Colombian Rainforest’
Fugaz, Atlantic Ocean, North Of Panama City
Soaring, Guayaquil, Ecuador
The Amazonia Between Ecuador And Colombia
A Storm Over Colombian Amazonia
Sunset, Quito, Ecuador
Cloud City, Quito, Ecuador
The Orbit In An Atmosphere Unknown, Ecuador
Vertical Development, Ecuador
One Of Those Clear Days Over Miami
Fierce, Guayaquil, Ecuador
Storm Hour, Amazonia, South America
Beautiful pictures thanks for sharing.