Numerous landmarks in Germany are lit up in blue, like St. Paul’s Church in Frankfurt, on Human Rights Day, Dec.10.
Rain and snow fall at daybreak in Frankfurt, Jan.28.
(Sony A7r III, FE 4/70-200, Godox TT685s flash at full power)
The so-called ‘super blood wolf moon’ is seen during the totality of its eclipse over the highrise buildings of Frankfurt, Jan.21.
A walk around Frankfurt’s European Quarter or “Europaviertel”, a new housing and business quarter on the site of the city’s former central freight station. Its somewhat dull architecture has been disputed, though.
All photos taken with a Sony A7r III and various lenses, converted to black&white in Adobe Camera Raw.
A view across river Main in Frankfurt very early in the morning of Jan.31.
A view of Frankfurt with the full moon, taken about two weeks ago.
Walked through Cologne today (Feb.23), Germany’s fourth largest and one the oldest cities in the country. The cathedral ( ‘Dom’) is its most famous monument. Construction began in 1248 and was only completed in 1880.