Autumn in Pomerania, north side of Poland. Forest near Gdynia.
A clearing in a forest near Gdynia with trees changing colour in autumn.Kacper Kowalski—PANOS
Autumn in Pomerania, north side of Poland. Forest near Gdynia.
Autumn in Pomerania, north side of Poland. Forest located in Region of Kashubia.
Autumn in Pomerania, north side of Poland. Forest located in Region of Kashubia.
Autumn in Pomerania, north side of Poland. Forest located in Region of Kashubia.
Autumn in Pomerania, north side of Poland. Forest located in Region of Kashubia.
Autumn in Pomerania, north side of Poland. Forest located in Region of Kashubia.
Autumn in Pomerania, north side of Poland. Forest located in Region of Kashubia.
Autumn in Pomerania, north side of Poland.
Autumn in Pomerania, north side of Poland.
Autumn in Pomerania, north side of Poland. Forest located in Region of Kashubia.
Autumn in Pomerania, north side of Poland. Forest near Gdynia.
Autumn in Pomerania, north side of Poland. Forest located in Region of Kashubia.
Autumn in Pomerania, north side of Poland. Brda river valley near Tuchola.
Autumn in Pomerania, north side of Poland. Forest located in Region of Kashubia.
Autumn in Pomerania, north side of Poland.
A clearing in a forest near Gdynia with trees changing colour in autumn.
Kacper Kowalski—PANOS
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See Breathtaking Aerial Views of Fall Foliage

Oct 22, 2014

Autumn is here, and photographers everywhere are capturing the changing colors of the season. Poland-based photographer Kacper Kowalski captured the most unique views of all, opting to shoot his country's fall foliage by paraglider (and sometimes gyroplane), creating these magnificent images of the landscape.

"I fly alone as the pilot and photographer," Kowalski told TIME. "I use a regular reportage camera in my hand. [In this] way I can have control over the image, I can decide by myself where, how and when I will fly to take the image."

The pictures are part of a larger body of work by Kowalski where he has captured both rural and urban parts of Poland over several years. "I work and live in Gdynia in the northern part of Poland . . . very close to Gdansk at the Baltic sea. The landscape is very rich. And the nature. It is absolutley amazing. Because of the climate in this geographical location it is different each week."

You can see more of Kowalski's work and read more about his process here.

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