Anyone who has landed at London City Airport knows it is a treat.
Landing at a small airport in the heart of London is efficient, fast, but it provides a rare bonus, as passengers enjoy great views of London when the aircraft makes its approach.
I had never realised before, but the approach route in the air mirrors the DLR rail service I usually take after landing. In the following images, I retrace the steps as the cityscape folds and unfolds.
My name is Geoffroy Schied, I am a professional musician, founding member of the Mahler Chamber Orchestra. Since 1998 I spend a big part of my life on the road, performing all over the world.
On a concert night in London in 2013, I met a professional photographer who was shooting with two rather compact cameras from the Fujifilm X series. Seeing the beautiful and emotional moments he captured on that evening inspired me to take photos again.
Recently I decided to share some of my images via this blog, a life made of music and photography.
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