Hindi Kiflai checks out what is on offer at a secondhand fashion store named “13” in Frankfurt, Feb.3. As a self-experiment, the radio journalist and blogger will wear used outfits for a year and report on it on her blog dailyrewind.de.
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 visit to the hardware store can offer unexpected insights, especially when you look through a square tube. Taken June 26.