Late March in Stockholm. Two weeks of playing hide and seek with Spring, some hope and some disappointment. Perhaps all the more having arrived from further south where the light had taken that unmistakable warmth, and temperatures had settled in their teens. Still, this beauty on water has so much to offer, we quickly forgot all our weather expectations. Spring as a time of rebirth, seeing the new light. As suggested by top model Lea T on billboards across town, try new patterns and brake the old, a celebration of courage and strength, “Spring Fashion, Spring Courage”
The Stockholm Syndrome
Published by Geoffroy Schied
I am a Munich based photographer, specializing in music and portrait photography. Since the mid 90’s I spend a big part of my life on tour, with orchestras performing all over the world. As a founding member of the Mahler Chamber Orchestra, sharing the stage with others allows me to get close, and my images offer unusual perspectives, in performance or backstage. I aspire to share intimate moments and bring you closer to artists as they journey towards their performances. View all posts by Geoffroy Schied
4 thoughts on “The Stockholm Syndrome”
Hi Geoffroy, thanks for these beautiful pictures , you’ve got “the eye” i see.
I hope we’ll probably go there few days one time.
Désolé pour mon anglais.
Merci Seb! Your english is great! Nice to see you drop by! See you soon.
No, in fact you’ve got TWO eyes : even when closed, the second one sees beyond the scene. I’m impressed, and I’m not often these days.
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Thank you very much!!