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We all know how scary it can get when there's a cloud burst or when it's raining cats and dogs and all we get to see and hear are lightning and thunder. Well, what happens if you are flying in the sky at that very same moment?
This is something that happened when a Boeing 767-300 aircraft was passing through the Amazon rainforest. An off-duty pilot captured some of the most breathtaking images from the cockpit of the flight at that very same moment (Yup, sure sounds thrilling!).
Check out these brilliantly shot images of the rain, thunderstorm and lightning, all caught in these beautiful pictures.
He explained this picture as, "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.'
‘An ominous storm over Panama City'. Doesn't it look beautiful?
This picture has won him the 3rd place in the National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year Award!
How beautiful the sky looks even at night!
This is pure magic!
This is how Tormenta, Coast Of Venezuela, South America looks like from above.
This is while still flying over 'The Colombian Amazonia', and while about to enter the 'Ecuadorian Airspace' to descend over the Andes into Guayaquil.
This shows a magnificent storm developing over the Atlantic Ocean, a few miles South Of Jamaica.
This picture was clicked while mooning around, the Super Moon, At 2900 metres in Quito, Ecuador.
To view more such breathtaking images, do check the link provided here.