In 2009 Red Bull hang glider Jon Durand took to the skies of Australia's remote far north to 'surf' the phenomenon known as the 'tsunami of the sky' - an undular bore cloud formation called the morning glory.
I team of videographers and photographer Mark Watson accompanied Durand to document the journey.
Watson's remote fisheye D300's stills and video footage later caught the eye of Nikon Japan and NASA and the remote triggering system went on to be considered for development in later production model cameras.
This behind the scenes clip is a combination of Watson's footage and that of giro mounted HD camera on a Long Ranger helicopter.
The clip explains the photographic challenges associated with such a bold project.