A Happy New Year in the Polish mountains

Melancholic pictures of Latvian lakes by Karlis Bergs have accompanied us through the last days of the tempestuous 2014. Crossing the Baltic opens 2015 by hiking into the Polish highlands to showcase another photographic project. This time we bring you the dramatic and spectacular vistas of the Polish Tatra mountains and nearby ranges by photographer Pawel Pilarski. Check out some of Pawel’s work below.

Climbing the Three Crowns Massif (Trzy Korony), a section of the Pieniny Mountains in southern Poland.

Climbing the Three Crowns Massif (Trzy Korony), a section of the Pieniny Mountains in southern Poland.

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View of the Dunajec Gorge on the Polish-Slovak border.

A panorama of the Tatra mountains, the highest mountain range in Poland.

A panorama of the Tatra mountains, the highest mountain range in Poland.

The region of Podhale, Poland's southernmost region characterised by its mountainous landscape, rich folklore, and the EU-protected oscypek cheese.

The region of Podhale, Poland’s southernmost region characterised by its mountainous landscape, rich folklore, and the EU-protected oscypek cheese.

For more photographs, see Pawel’s facebook profile at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Pawe%C5%82-Pilarski/767692766639282?fref=ts

2 comments

  1. Very nice photos) great trip!

  2. […] Happy New Years in Polish Mountains […]

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