These Stratospheric Photos Did Not Come from NASA

By Heather Callaghan, Editor

We earth dwellers reside in the troposphere, but this is not where we fly.

Up above in the lower stratosphere lies a cool, calm and cosmically mystical world unbeknownst to even air travelers.

That is except for modern “sky walkers” like air pilots. They face forward and take in the full view. Have they become jaded? I only ask because not many of them have shared the sights you are about to witness.

Yet, Santiago Borja never ceases to have his breath taken away and he has shared these cockpit photos on his Instagram, calling the sights “magic.”

 

All photos below belong to © Santiago Borja/Instagram via TreeHugger:

When they say “moderate to extreme precipitation 12 o’clock, 80 miles” this is pretty much what they mean

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Same storm, this time with #InCloud #Lightning #amazonia

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Lightning and more lightning #pacificOcean #panama #storm

A post shared by Santiago Borja (@santiagoborja) on

Capturing the orbit from an unknown atmosphere #gye

A post shared by Santiago Borja (@santiagoborja) on

Seconds after dropping our nuclear bomb over the Pacific Ocean

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 favorite-velva-smallHeather Callaghan is an independent researcher, writer, speaker and food freedom activist. She is the Editor and co-founder of NaturalBlaze as well as a certified Self-Referencing IITM Practitioner.

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