Paragliding pilot Kacper Kowalski braves freezing conditions to capture rare photographs of Polish winter from above. It has taken him years to complete the collection, because paragliding in the winter is difficult, dangerous and expensive.
“The paragliding pilot is in absolute control over the speed, and the precise angle of the shot,” he explained. “You can also get a lot closer to the ground so the quality of the pictures, and the framing, is often better than if you are relying on an aeroplane pilot to manoeuvre you.”
And following is his aerial photos of autumn and spring… Of course, his winter collection is really impressive. But personally… I more like those splendid photos makes me feel vigor and vitality.
Paraglider’s rare winter photographs go on display in London [The Telegraph]