German Interior Minister Nancy Faeser of the ruling Social Democratic Party speaks at a local party gathering at a country inn in the Taunus range near Frankfurt. (Seen from outside, the windows reflecting the pine trees)
Thousands gather in Frankfurt in solidarity with Ukraine and against Russia’s invasion, Feb.26, 2022.
Yesterday, I went to Esch-sur-Alzette, a city of 36.000 inhabitants in Luxembourg, that along with Kaunas and Novi Sad is one of the three Capitals of European Culture 2022. Sadly, it was a very gray and dull day. On the other hand, in a way it fit pretty well with this industrial steel and mining town that underwent a severe structural change in the past decades.
The images shown here were taken on Fuji Instax film with a Lomo camera.
Of course, I took lots of other images with my usual Sony equipment, too.
A woman wearing a face mask looks out of a tram at Frankfurt’s Konstabler Wache station, Dec.10.
Numerous landmarks in Germany are lit up in blue, like St. Paul’s Church in Frankfurt, on Human Rights Day, Dec.10.
During a visit to a steel factory in Darmstadt near Frankfurt, Dec.6.
While some German christmas markets have been called off last-minute due to the the spiralling Covid-19 infection rate, Frankfurt’s traditional christmas market was opened Nov.22, 2021. Hot alcoholic beverages such as mulled wine and hot apple wine (a Frankfurt specialty), baked marzipan mixes like Brenten and Bethmännchen and Quetschemännchen (figures made out of prunes and nuts) are sold among lots of other things. The event’s history has been traced back to the 14th century.
People walk along Frankfurt’s main shopping mile, the Zeil, Oct.30, 2021.
Sony A7r IV, Sigma 100-400 at 172 mm, iso100, f5.6, 1/8 sec.