What may look like a very remotely located beer festival on a gray day actually is a very remotely located beer festival on a gray day on Walberla mountain about halfway between Bamberg and Nuremberg in Franconia, Bavaria, May 03. The ‘Walberlafest’ can be traced back to 9th century May celebrations on this site with its stunning view (and its strange name) that was already populated in the Bronze Age.
A man wearing a t-shirt with a cat picture at a street festival in Frankfurt, June 1.
A visitor aims his little water pistol at an installation named ‘Splashlights’, one of the many objects on display throughout the city during the annual ‘Luminale’ light festival in Frankfurt, March 30. ‘Splashlights’, created by students of the Ilmenau (Germany) university, consists of some 20.000 LEDs that are switched on upon contact with water.
A photographer has his portfolio of very dark (and honestly, quite interesting) images reviewed by a gallery owner at the Recontres d’Arles photo festival in Arles, southern France, July 3.
A visitor walks past a projection of the surface of planet Mars in a show of the Rencontres d’Arles photo festival in Arles, southern France, July 3.
A woman takes a picture of a wall at a photo exhibition in a defunct railway workshop at the Rencontres d’Arles photo festival in Arles, southern France, July 2.