By Kristiana Hall
The two daredevils were caught on camera performing some elaborate synchronised tricks while plummeting through the air.
Ewan Cowie, 34, is a skydiving instructor and photographer from Lossiemouth, Scotland who now lives in Lyon, France – where he captured these beautiful images in September.
His incredible photographs show members of the French National Freefly Skydiving team practicing before taking on the World Parachuting Championships earlier this month – where they landed first place.
Ewan, who has worked as a professional photographer for five years and has been skydiving since 2002, said: “When I started skydiving I was immediately taken by the incredible views and experiences you can have in this sport.
“Combining skydiving and photography is my way of sharing the amazing things I see with others.
“This image is of the French National Freefly Skydiving team Airwax – Greg Crozier and Karine Joly – training immediately prior to travelling to Australia to compete in the World Parachuting Championships earlier this month.
“They won, beating the best skydiving teams from countries all over the world.
“It was a privilege to be able to follow them on part of their journey to realising their 10 year dream of becoming World Champions in Freefly Skydiving.
“Having seen how talented they are, and how hard they have worked to achieve this dream, I can say they thoroughly deserve it.”