In theory I should have hated everything about the world’s largest beer festival, but somehow I thrived.
This German snapper criss-crosses the globe shooting action sports - here he shares his all-time favourite photos
Welcome to the Fickstutenmarkt, a.k.a. the Horse Fair.
At Munich's Contenance Club, extravagance is key, and an annual membership costs up to about $1.3 million.
"On the first day, I photographed someone who punched me in the face."
Alina Oswald's portraits of friends and strangers climaxing are safe for work, believe it or not.
In a suburb of Munich, some locals have come up with their own solution to the flow of migrants into Germany: erecting a 300-foot long, 13-foot tall stone partition.
Germany's celebrated weeks-long annual cultural festival and beer-drinking event has a dark side.
If attendance doesn’t pick up over the rest of the festival, it will mark the second year that turnout is down, in part thanks to geopolitical instability.
Every year, photographer Sonja Herpich puts down the camera and dons a dirndl for Oktoberfest, spending 16-hour days hauling pints to rowdy tables of beer-starved revelers in Munich.
The bacterium behind the Black Death and Justinian's Plague comes back to life.