Paragliding Aerial Pictures

These are the breathtaking images of the world’s most beautiful landscapes – taken by a globetrotting paraglider. Highflying photographer Jody Macdonald, 37 sailed at speeds of 35kph and reached altitudes of 20,000ft over some of the most remote landscapes in the world to get some of her shots. From the remote sand dunes in Mozambique to the deep Sierra mountains, thrill-seeker Jody from Idaho, braved freezing temperatures to capture the stunning views.

These are the breathtaking images of the world's most beautiful landscapes - taken by a globetrotting paraglider. Highflying photographer Jody Macdonald, 37 sailed at speeds of 35kph and reached altitudes of 20,000ft over some of the most remote landscapes in the world to get some of her shots. From the remote sand dunes in Mozambique to the deep Sierra mountains, thrill-seeker Jody from Idaho, braved freezing temperatures to capture the stunning views.

These are the breathtaking images of the world's most beautiful landscapes - taken by a globetrotting paraglider. Highflying photographer Jody Macdonald, 37 sailed at speeds of 35kph and reached altitudes of 20,000ft over some of the most remote landscapes in the world to get some of her shots. From the remote sand dunes in Mozambique to the deep Sierra mountains, thrill-seeker Jody from Idaho, braved freezing temperatures to capture the stunning views.

These are the breathtaking images of the world's most beautiful landscapes - taken by a globetrotting paraglider. Highflying photographer Jody Macdonald, 37 sailed at speeds of 35kph and reached altitudes of 20,000ft over some of the most remote landscapes in the world to get some of her shots. From the remote sand dunes in Mozambique to the deep Sierra mountains, thrill-seeker Jody from Idaho, braved freezing temperatures to capture the stunning views.

These are the breathtaking images of the world's most beautiful landscapes - taken by a globetrotting paraglider. Highflying photographer Jody Macdonald, 37 sailed at speeds of 35kph and reached altitudes of 20,000ft over some of the most remote landscapes in the world to get some of her shots. From the remote sand dunes in Mozambique to the deep Sierra mountains, thrill-seeker Jody from Idaho, braved freezing temperatures to capture the stunning views.