Mid-flight Outside A Plane

These are the incredible pictures that really show a birds eye view – taken from the OUTSIDE of an aeroplane.The stunning images were captured by photographer Bruce Dale attaching two cameras to the tail of a jumbo jet – which took off over the west coast of America.Bruce, who works as a photographer for National Geographic, came up with the unusual idea after being given a brief to photograph an aeroplane in flight.

These are the incredible pictures that really show a birds eye view - taken from the OUTSIDE of an aeroplane.The stunning images were captured by photographer Bruce Dale attaching two cameras to the tail of a jumbo jet - which took off over the west coast of America.Bruce, who works as a photographer for National Geographic, came up with the unusual idea after being given a brief to photograph an aeroplane in flight.

These are the incredible pictures that really show a birds eye view - taken from the OUTSIDE of an aeroplane.The stunning images were captured by photographer Bruce Dale attaching two cameras to the tail of a jumbo jet - which took off over the west coast of America.Bruce, who works as a photographer for National Geographic, came up with the unusual idea after being given a brief to photograph an aeroplane in flight.

These are the incredible pictures that really show a birds eye view - taken from the OUTSIDE of an aeroplane.The stunning images were captured by photographer Bruce Dale attaching two cameras to the tail of a jumbo jet - which took off over the west coast of America.Bruce, who works as a photographer for National Geographic, came up with the unusual idea after being given a brief to photograph an aeroplane in flight.

These are the incredible pictures that really show a birds eye view - taken from the OUTSIDE of an aeroplane.The stunning images were captured by photographer Bruce Dale attaching two cameras to the tail of a jumbo jet - which took off over the west coast of America.Bruce, who works as a photographer for National Geographic, came up with the unusual idea after being given a brief to photograph an aeroplane in flight.