Circumnavigating some heavy thunderstorms.
The typical cauliflower-shaped clouds indicate that they are growing rapidly and can pose a serious threat to airplanes if we fly through them.
Heavy turbulence, lightning strikes and hail the size of tennis balls could all wreak havoc on any trespasser.
At night or when flying in thick clouds, we use the weather radar to find our way around them. Or on days like those, we can visually fly around them and enjoy the beautiful scenes from our unique perspective.
Sharing the wonders from my cockpit
My unique perspective as a pilot allows me to share the poetic nature of flight and show the incredible beauty of our delicate planet from above