Statues of the Gutenberg memorial (the one who introduced mechanical movable type printing to Europe in the 15th century) in downton Frankfurt and two workers on a platform hanging from a crane.
Cranes are heading south as they fly over the Main valley near Frankfurt.
This is what you can do by applying Photoshop’s content aware filling tool a couple of times to the same image.
Two people with an umbrella on Eiserner Steg (Iron Bridge) over Main river during a brief shower.
A cloudy sky and a part of Frankfurt’s highrise buildings are reflected in a window (right).
A heron waits patiently for some careless fish to show up in the quiet floods of Lahn river in Wetzlar, some 60 kms (37 mls) north of Frankfurt.
A storm and heavy rain rage through the streets of Langen, just south of Frankfurt, while I was underway on my bicycle.
The wind has divided a big soap bubble into two parts that hover in the sky over Römerberg square in Frankfurt.
(Sony A7rIII, FE 4/70-200, 1/1000 sec, f9, iso200, converted to b-w in ACR)
Chicago-based German-American architect Helmut Jahn, aged 79, appears at a press conference in Frankfurt. His Messeturm high-rise building, completed in 1991, has become one of the city’s landmarks.
(Canon 5d IV, EF 1.8 85mm, 1/500 sec, f 2.2, iso 100)
In-camera double exposures of wild flowers on a meadow in Frankfurt.
(Experimenting with my battered Canon 5dIV which indeed can do double exposures – something I’ve never tried out before)