Photographer suffering from insomnia captured eerie photos of Central Park at night


Contrary to what most people think, New Jersey-based photographer Michael Massaia represents us a different Central Park with a haunting series of photos he captured at night between 2008 and 2014. Michael Massaia has been suffering from serious insomnia from 2007, from then on, he began photographing the vacant landscapes during the late night or early morning hours.

#1 Southeast View, 2012

#2 Private Gardens, 2013

#3 South View, 2009

#4 The Mall, 4 A.M., 2013

#5 Northwest View, 2014

#6 Gapstow Bridge, 2009

#7 Half Moon, 2009

#8 5 A.M., European Beech Tree, 2017

#9 Zoo Entrance, 2012

#10 Airplane Installation, 2012

#11 North Woods Exit, 2012

#12 Bow Bridge Predawn, 2012

#13 Path & San Remo, 2016

#14 Sheep Meadow Sunrise, 2012

#15 Westside Sunrise, 2009

#16 South View, 2012

#17 Clock Installation, 2016

#18 South Path, 2009

#19 January Dawn, 2017

#20 5th Ave. Exit, 2009

#21 Hallet Sanctuary, 2009

#22 Predawn, London Planetrees

#23 January Dawn, 2017

#24 Second Spring, 2017

#25 Center Path, 2009

#26 Predawn, The Rambles, 2012

#27 South View, 2010

#28 Summer Solstice, 2016

#29 East Side Exit, 2009

#30 January Dawn, 2017

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