If Tatra Mountains, with their sharp, jagged peaks, can be compared to the Gothic, Beskidy Mountains associate rather Baroque. Smoothly curved lines of these beautiful mountains make them more friendly for common tourists, as climbing them does not require great skills and effort. Although they also can be dangerous!
Their charm is equally the same in every season, what has been proved on the beautiful photos by Paul Kijak, a professional surveyor, a passionate photographer and a great mountain enthusiast who loves not only climbing them but photographing either.
Autumn in Beskidy
View on Kikula Mountain
Sokolica, view on the Babia Mountain and the Little Babia Mountain