aA
Lithuanian photographer Karolis Janulis uses a drone to take breath-taking photos of Vilnius and the countryside from above.
Photographer gives drone's-eye view of winter in Lithuania
© K. Janulio nuotr.

"I have always loved looking at perspectives from above; it allows us to see so many things that would otherwise be unnoticed," Janulis tells the BBC.

More photos by Karolis on Instagram.

Photographer gives drone's-eye view of winter in Lithuania
© K. Janulio nuotr.

Gediminas Castle, a landmark of Vilnius, looks quite different from above

Photographer gives drone's-eye view of winter in Lithuania
© K. Janulio nuotr.

Snow-covered rooftops of box-like garages.

Photographer gives drone's-eye view of winter in Lithuania
© K. Janulio nuotr.


Photographer gives drone's-eye view of winter in Lithuania
© K. Janulio nuotr.

The frozen Neris River

Photographer gives drone's-eye view of winter in Lithuania
© K. Janulio nuotr.


Photographer gives drone's-eye view of winter in Lithuania
© K. Janulio nuotr.

Lit by the son, that doesn't rise high above the horizon in winter, trees throw long shadows that can be properly appreciated only from above

Photographer gives drone's-eye view of winter in Lithuania
© K. Janulio nuotr.

River dotted with flowers of ice

Photographer gives drone's-eye view of winter in Lithuania
© K. Janulio nuotr.

Snow covers the damaged roof of a large building in Vilnius

Photographer gives drone's-eye view of winter in Lithuania
© K. Janulio nuotr.


Network of roads in black and white

Photographer gives drone's-eye view of winter in Lithuania
© K. Janulio nuotr.

Snow-covered rooftops of Vilnius

Photographer gives drone's-eye view of winter in Lithuania
© K. Janulio nuotr.

|Populiariausi straipsniai ir video

Vilnius centre becomes art gallery

Lithuanian capital Vilnius has turned its centre into an open-air art gallery . The outdoor...

Lithuania faces new educational trends in post-pandemic reality

Scientists predict the second wave of coronavirus, and this uncertainty encourages high school...

Summer discoveries: exhibitions in Kaunas

After a couple of months with the doors closed, museums and galleries are eager to attract visitors.

Online from Kaunas: Lithuanian language and culture summer school

Baltic Summer University organisers have decided to use this time to explore the opportunities to...

Jakubauskas appointed director of Lithuania genocide center

Adas Jakubauskas , 55, has been appointed director of the Genocide and Resistance Research Center of...

Top news

Michel proposes to leave emigration compensation for Lithuania

European Council President Charles Michel 's updated proposal for the EU's next long-term budget...

More than 360 imported COVID-19 cases since first confirmed infection

Lithuania recorded 362 imported COVID-19 cases in the period between the confirmation of the first...

4 new coronavirus cases

On Thursday, 4 new COVID-19 cases were recorded in Lithuania. Overall, it adds to 1861 confirmed...

Tours operators suspend trips to Bulgaria over coronavirus concerns

Lithuania's tour operators Novaturas and Tez Tour have decided not to organize trips to Bulgaria...

Loop traffic has taken effect in Vilnius Old Town

On 7 July, a new order for arranging traffic in Vilnius Old Town took effect – visitors and...

|Maža didelių žinių kaina