A view of Frankfurt, taken from a railway bridge across the Main river, Nov.23.
(An hdr – five different exposures put together in Adobe’s Camera Raw)
The sun shines through the blinds of one of the windows of the headquarters of the German central bank, or Bundesbank, while Frankfurt’s highrise buildings are seen below, Nov 12.
This would be your view of Frankfurt if you had between 1 and 5 million euros or dollars to spare and were willing to spend it on an appartment in the new Henninger Turm building that is being erected at the city’s southern Sachsenhausen district on the site of the former Henninger brewery.
Sun comes up behind Frankfurt’s main railway station, May 5, after German train engine drivers downed their tools in the current wage bargaining and went on a six-day strike – the longest in the history of German railways.
Bridges become visible through the windows of a cafe on the banks of Main river (which is one of my favourite spots, by the way), Jan. 14, while the city’s skyline with its office buildings is reflected.
The full moon barely lights a layer of clouds from above, in Frankfurt, Jan.4.
A woman stands in front of a window in a bank building in Frankfurt, Nov 27.
Offices in highrises, most of them bank buildings, are illuminated in Frankfurt, Oct. 27.
(Canon 5d III, 70-200, 1.4 Extender, f 5.6, 8 sec)
A man looks out of a window on the top floor of the new European Central Bank building in Frankfurt, Aug.21.
Frankfurt’s banking district, taken from one of the highrise buildings last week, Oct 8.
(Taken through the window with the Sigma 1.4 50mm Art lens)