Santiago Borja, sur son compte Instagram, prend des photos depuis des cockpits d’avion : au menu, des villes qui se dessinent depuis les cieux, mais surtout des images époustouflantes de nuages traversés par l’électricité, dans un concert de couleurs violacées hyper belles. Sisi.

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Seconds after dropping our nuclear bomb over the Pacific Ocean

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When they say "moderate to extreme precipitation 12 o'clock, 80 miles" this is pretty much what they mean

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Lightning and more lightning #pacificOcean #panama #storm

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Leaving the storms behind. Right on time to make the approach, great crew! #commuting #Ecuador

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Above a sea of clouds, down below it's all rain and thunders #Ecuador

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The sun sets in the Capital City #Quito #Ecuador

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#Cumulonimbus Another shot over the Ecuadorean Amazonia, this time returning home after a long 12 hour flight

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No matter how big is the storm. Up is always clear! ?

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Cloud City. #Quito #Ecuador

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Heaven & Hell #StormClouds #weather #nature #bogota #colombia

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Quito... Celebration is coming ?? #december6 #quito #ecuador

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On avait dit qu’on ne parlait pas empreinte carbone.

Source : Santiago Borja.