A woman walks along the pedestrian zone of Kaiserslautern, some 120 kms (74 mls) southwest of Frankfurt, in an Equal Pay Day demonstration for raising awareness of the gender pay gap.
Mirianne Uffenbrink holds a makeshift gallows with a hanged stork during a protest by widwives and many mothers and families on International Women’s Day in Frankfurt, March 8. Midwives, still being a regular feature of childbirth in Germany, are facing unacceptably high liability insurance premiums and low wages. Many were already driven out of the baby-delivering business.
Two rowers on Main river at daybreak in Frankfurt, Jan.28. There are quite a lot of rowing and canoeing clubs along the river.
Three participants in a beauty pageant are on their way to the stage inside a shopping mall in Giessen, a town some 60 kms (36 mls) north of Frankfurt, Jan.5. Have a guess which hair color the winner has…
Cheered by spectators, Superwoman flies up into the sky in Hanau, east of Frankfurt, Nov.3 (well, on the other hand, this might as well be a group of cheerleaders practising for their performance).
A scene from the FIFA Women’s Worldcup 2015 soccer qualifying match Germany vs Croatia in Frankfurt, Oct. 30, showing Croatia’s goalie Doris Bacic (left) and German players Alexandra Popp (center) and Annike Krahn (right). Germany won 4-0.
Two women during a training session at armwrestling in Hanau, east of Frankfurt, Sep.24. Swedish-born Camilla Kättsröm (at right) is the current world champion in the 80kg class.
In case you want to know how the German chancellor looks: That’s her. (Taken at an election rally in Seligenstadt, east of Frankfurt, Aug.14)
Three women on a bench at Frankfurt’s Guenthersburg Park, July 31, an open-air concert being underway nearby.