Passengers on the plane often like to take pictures of the landscapes floating below, through the tiny window of the porthole. But if the pilot undertakes to do it, from the cockpit of which an excellent panoramic view opens, sometimes even the amazing landscapes of the boundless Milky Way can get into the frame.
These frames allow you to see what is usually hidden behind a veil of clouds and city smog. Their author is a pilot, Seiles Vic, who made a long flight from Zurich, Switzerland, to São Paulo, Brazil. The Vic airplane rose above the level of the clouds, so that the city’s illumination did not prevent him from catching in the lens a panorama of the starry sky.