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14 Chilling Black and White Photographs of Central Park in New York City

Despite the bright city lights, New York City can be a dark place. Just ask photographer Michael Massaia. Like most hardcore photographers, Massaia does much of his work during the dark. Unlike most photographers, he prefers the city shadows and ambiance just before the crack of dawn.

No matter how big of a night owl you may be, seeing a completely empty Central Park in this dim light evokes a Devil’s Advocate-like surrealism. Now enjoy the stunning collection of black and white photos of Gotham below, along with a documentary that dives into the Twilight World of Micheal of Massaia.
 
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via Visual News

   
Dolores Wetter
I LOVE NEW YORK AND THE PHOTOGRAPHS ARE BEAUTIFUL. YOU CAN HEAR THE JAZZ PLAYING.
MaryAnne Burke
Yes I can picture old Sachmo !!!
Hallie Cantor
It can be chilling there even in color.
 
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