An old plastic bag on stairs leading to the banks of the river Main in Frankfurt, Jan.2.
A man stands in the rain while admiring the west façade of the Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Strasbourg (or Liebfrauenmünster in German) in Strasbourg, Alsace, France. From 1647 to 1874, the sandstone structure with its 142 meter-high spire (466 ft) was the world’s tallest building.
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).