04 March 2017

The Glory of ‘Nature’ – The Hand of HaShem

Pilot captures terrifying photos of apocalyptic-looking lightning storm looming over the Amazon. The stunning images were captured by an off-duty pilot as he sat at the back of a Boeing 767-300 aircraft. The plane was flying over the Amazon rainforest en route to Europe when the stormy weather struck. In a series of images, a great Cumulonimbus cloud can be seen with a storm erupting through the sky

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These stunning images show you exactly why you should always ask for a window seat on a plane. An off-duty pilot recently captured an incredible view of a cloud-shattering storm - this shot was taken over the Ecuadorean Amazonia on a hot night en route to Europe

After taking this jaw-dropping snap from the cockpit of his passenger jet over Colombia Amazonia, he commented:'I've never seen lightning like this one. What sets the path of lightning?'


Although this storm looks formidable, Mr Borja said he never felt frightened while travelling past it. This picture won third place in the 2016 National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year Award


An ominous storm over Panama City: Cumulonimbus clouds are created through convection, often growing from small cumulus clouds over a hot surface

Cumulonimbus clouds are menacing looking multi-level clouds, extending high into the sky in towers or plumes. Otherwise known as thunderclouds, cumulonimbus are the only cloud type that can produce hail, thunder and lighting. Above, this snap was captured over Ecuador and Colombia

Pilot and photographer, Santiago Borja, had to get the timing of his photography just right and capture the storm when it was illuminated by a flash of lighting. Above, this snap was captured over the Colombian rainforest


Cumulonimbus clouds are created through convection, often growing from small cumulus clouds over a hot surface. They get taller and taller until they represent huge powerhouses, storing the same amount of energy as 10 Hiroshima-sized atom bombs


Source: DailyMail

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