Captivating Babie Lato just around the corner

Commonly known as an Indian summer, it is a period of unseasonably warm, dry weather that periodically occurs any time from late-September to early-November in temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere.

In Poland, such a phenomenon is called Babie Lato or “a golden, Polish autumn”.

This period influenced local cultures and many artists from various circles all around the world have used the theme of an Indian summer in their works, for example, Józef Chełmoński in his painting “Babie Lato”.

One of the most captivating places where one can admire the beauty of a Babie Lato is Las Zwierzyniecki, located in the capital of the Podlaskie province, Białystok.