Visitors at an exhibition by Martin Parr and Wassink Lundgren named “The Chinese Photobook” as part of the annual Recontres d’Arles photo festival in Arles, southern France, July 15. Rooms in an office block were dimly lit in red light. Visitors were given torches to view hundreds of photobooks on display.
A police helicopter hovers over Frankfurt around midnight after a raid on a supermarket in the Bornheim district (actually, the one where I usually buy food…), March 1. Two suspects were arrested shortly afterwards.
(Canon 5dIII, EF 2.0 135mm, 1/15 sec, f 2.0, ISO 6400)
The Taunus hills shortly before nightfall, Jan. 18, taken from Frankfurt’s northern Preungesheim district.
A worker waits for a cup of coffee at a snack bar at Frankfurt’s Osthafen (east port) docklands, very early in the morning, Jan. 3. This is another HDR image, created out of five different exposures. The man wasn’t moving, luckily.
Nighttime at Frankfurt’s Huthpark, Oct.13. The outlines of the trees were lit by a (quite powerful) torchlight. Exposure time 30 seconds.
Sheep at nightfall on a meadow in the northeast of Frankfurt, Aug.28.