Two people kiss in front of the full moon in Frankfurt, Feb.19.
The so-called ‘super blood wolf moon’ is seen during the totality of its eclipse over the highrise buildings of Frankfurt, Jan.21.
The moon appears behind a statue at Frankfurt’s Paulsplatz square, Sep. 28., during a rare astronomical event in which the moon has appeared to redden in the night’s sky – a so-called blood moon, being the result of a combination of an eclipse with the closest full moon of the year.
The full moon rises behind a layer of clouds over Frankfurt, June2.
When even the moon takes the shape of an Easter egg you can bet it is not Christmas.
(original photo taken in Frankfurt, Apr.4)
The full moon barely lights a layer of clouds from above, in Frankfurt, Jan.4.
The full moon over Frankfurt, Aug. 10, during its closest approach to the earth of the year, usually called “super moon”.
(Sony Alpha 6000 paired with my (very old) Nikkor 4.5 300mm, f11, 1/6 sec, ISO 100)
The full moon crosses the flight path of a plane approaching Frankfurt airport, Feb.16.
(Canon 1dMkIV, 2.8 300mm, 2x Extender, 1/320 sec, f8, 400asa)
The full moon behind a veil of clouds over Frankfurt, Dec.17. This is actually an HDR image created out of five different exposures using the Photomatix software.
The full moon over a power pole on a field at Frankfurt’s Bergen district, Dec. 15, on the eve of my birthday 🙂