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(CNN) — One perk of being a pilot is a front-row seat to the Earth's natural wonders -- from jaw-dropping sunrises to silver slivers of lightning against ink colored-clouds. Thankfully for those of us stuck way in the back, some aviators enjoy taking out their cameras to share the view from the cockpit. Among them is Ecuador-based Santiago Borja who is known as "The Storm Pilot" because of the images of unfolding meteorological phenomena he's taken. Borja began photographing stormy skies four years ago when his hobbyist's skills with a camera improved enough to encourage him to bring it to work. "I realized that we have such great views from the aircraft, that it would be a really good op... Full story

9 January