Today, I revisited the urban gardening project that started in 2013 in Offenbach, Frankfurt’s neighboring city. (Photos taken Feb.2)
A deer is prevented from running away by a tension belt at a market garden in Frankfurt, June 8.
An old tv set at an urban gardening project on wasteland in the former port area in Offenbach, Frankfurt’s neighboring city, May 18.
(Sony Alpha 6000, SEL-16F28, ISO100, f 3.5, 1/1000 sec.)
Snowdrops in the evening light in a garden in my neighborhood, Feb.9. These are about the first signs of spring – although there hasn’t been any real winter here yet.
A little blue flower on a meadow in the north of Frankfurt, Sep.25.
84-year-old Emma Rossmann stands behind her assortment of garden gnomes in the window of her “Dippemarkt” shop in Frankfurt, Sep.20. For over 40 years she has been selling stoneware, Black Forest clocks (in the background), “Bembels”, the city’s typical mugs with clay handles used for cider, and garden gnomes. By the way, I learned that garden or lawn gnomes as we know them appeared first in Germany in the mid 1800s.
A tree in a garden near Friedrichsdorf, north of Frankfurt, Sep. 17.
A rainy barbecue in Frankfurt, Aug.24.
A plant sprouts out of an old milk container at an urban gardening project in the city’s east end, Aug.24.
Juan Carranza and Ana Christina Munoz Rodriguez Jones practise flamenco for an upcoming show, at the Chinese garden inside the city’s Bethmannpark, June 20.