Took this snapshot from the cockpit this evening. Noctilucent clouds, a form of clouds that’s relatively unknown/uncommon. You only see them in higher latitudes during certain times of year and mostly during twilight. They’re basically ice particles at extremely high altitudes (250.000 - 280.000 feet, or for metric folk like myself, about 75-85km high up).
Also a bit of a shoutout to my backup phone, an old Microsoft Lumia 950XL that allowed me to capture this some what properly, as it has a better camera than most flagships today, despite being three years old. You don't want to see the images my iPhone X pooped out.