The former synagogue of Wetter a small town near Marburg was illuminated to commemorate the Reichsprogromnacht under the motto "Weather's Heart Shines".
The residue dump of the Neuhof-Ellers potash works near Fulda is commonly known in the region as "Monte Kali". It serves to absorb the inevitable residues of the potash works.
Panorama photo of the Feldberg in the Taunus. The observation tower and the former telecommunications tower are clearly visible.
The Frankfurt skyline. Left the Main and in the foreground the ECB
Panoramic photo of a forest area at Feldberg im Taunus. The unusual thing about this photo: it is composed of several pictures. It could not have been photographed as a single image. Overall, the quadrocopter has photographed 8 images according to given patterns. These images were then edited and merged with a program to a large image.
A Claas combine harvester during the wheat harvest in a grain field.
The monastery Eberbach from the year 1136 is a former Cistercian abbey near Eltville on the Rhine in the Rheingau, Hesse. The monastery, famous for its viticulture, was one of the oldest and most important cistercians in Germany. Located in the Rhein-Taunus Nature Park, the Romanesque and early Gothic buildings are among the most important monuments in Europe.
A field full of Lollo rosso and Lollo bionda salad.
The Saalburg near Bad Homburg, a rebuilt Roman fort, is part of the Limes in Hesse.
Wind turbines of innogy on a field during sunset.