Chicago-based German-American architect Helmut Jahn, aged 79, appears at a press conference in Frankfurt. His Messeturm high-rise building, completed in 1991, has become one of the city’s landmarks.
(Canon 5d IV, EF 1.8 85mm, 1/500 sec, f 2.2, iso 100)
Singer Sting appears at a local radio station for an interview.
(Sony A7r III, Sonnar 55mm, f 1.8, 1/80 sec, iso 400)
Sometimes I also do portraits, like this one of the President of Deutsche Bundesbank, the German federal bank.
(Sony A7r III, Sony FE 1.8, 85mm)
A dog behind a window in Frankfurt, Nov.12.
Photographer Annie Leibovitz in Frankfurt, Oct.11, before opening her exposition named “Women: New Portraits” that can be seen at Kunstverein Familie Montez until Nov.6.
Paulus Terwitte, or Bruder Paulus (Brother Paul), a Capuchin monk and guardian of the Liebfrauen monastery, stands in the monastery’s yard right in the center of Frankfurt, July 22, where the Capuchins and a number of volunteers run the ‘Franziskustreff’, providing daily breakfast for the homeless.
Armin Veh, the coach of the city’s first division soccer club Eintracht Frankfurt, sits on a stage during a discussion prior to the start of the new soccer season in Frankfurt, July 15.