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Sonnenuntergang, 6

tags: Sonnenuntergang, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, travel, cities, sunset, photography Sunset Over Frankfurt am Main. In the distance are the bright yellow fields of blossoming Rapeseed, Brassica napus, that contrast with the green of other crops. Nordwestzentrum, Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Image: GrrlScientist, 4 May 2010 [larger view]

Sonnenuntergang, 5

tags: Sonnenuntergang, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, travel, nature, sunset, photography Sonnenuntergang. Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Image: Bob O’Hara, 20 April 2010 [larger view] Sunset over Frankfurt, as photographed from the bedroom window. This sunset was influenced by the Icelandic volcano, Eyjafjallajökull. The light gold above the sun is a real cloud, but the darker haze…

Sonnenuntergang, 4

tags: Sonnenuntergang, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, travel, nature, sunset, photography Sonnenuntergang. Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Image: Bob O’Hara, 19 April 2010 [larger view] Sunset over Frankfurt, as photographed from the bedroom window. This sunset was influenced by the Icelandic volcano, Eyjafjallajökull. The clouds that you see are fluffy and a light gold color, the ash…

Sonnenuntergang, 3

tags: Sonnenuntergang, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, travel, nature, sunset, photography Sonnenuntergang. Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Image: Bob O’Hara, 18 April 2010 [larger view] Sunset over Frankfurt, as photographed from the bedroom window. This sunset was influenced by the Icelandic volcano, Eyjafjallajökull.

Sonnenuntergang, 2

tags: Sonnenuntergang, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, travel, nature, sunset, image of the day Sonnenuntergang. Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Image: Bob O’Hara, 4 April 2010 [larger view] Sunset over Frankfurt, as photographed from the bedroom window.

Sonnenuntergang

tags: Frankfurt am Main, Germany, Sonnenuntergang, travel, nature, environment, photography Sonnenuntergang. Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Image: Bob O’Hara, 30 March 2010 [larger view]