...but there's no Frankfurt Daily Photo and I'm actually pleased as Punch at having this image from the Schirn Gallery in Frankfurt chosen for an online travel guide.
It's a shot of the atrium during a PopArt exhibition earlier this year, with a revolving excentric disk on the ground floor. Zipped up to the top floor, set the shutter speed to 0.25 seconds, which almost froze the revolving disk and the schoolkids in the vortex and blurred the outlying planets, as it were.
There's more over here at Flickr, including this one that ended up pretty close to top of the pile in a B/W group competition.
The exhibition was mildly mindblowing and it's never a Good Idea to move quickly on these occasions, just in case the brain goes into lockup mode and you keel over onto the floor. (One picture was especially tricky, causing the eyes to see all sorts of strange stuff and I was glad to have something to hold on to.)
Took me back to my bachelor days, when you quickly learned not to iron striped shirts (very fashionable in the 1970s..) after a evening down at the boozer...