I wanna touch the sky like this

September 30, 2009 § Leave a comment

An Australian man has become the world’s first hang-glider to perform aerobatics through dangerous “Morning Glory” clouds above the Gulf of Carpentaria.

“It was the best moment of my life — but it could have been the scariest as well … it’s like a tsunami in the sky,” said 28-year-old Jon Durand.

The formation of the “Morning Glory” clouds, which can stretch up to 1km-long, has continued to baffle scientists.

The cloud blasts air upwards at its face, generating extreme lift, while the wind at the middle and end shudders downwards at 457m a minute.

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I wanna touch the sky like this

I really want

try to image that… …

peaceable,free, alone

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