“Nightland”: Breathtaking Urban Nightscape Photography By Michael Streckbein – Design You Trust

“Nightland”: Breathtaking Urban Nightscape Photography By Michael Streckbein

Michael Streckbein is an professional photographer and artist currently based in Cologne, Germany. Michael focuses on architecture, urban and street photography.

More info: Instagram, Behance (h/t: photogrist)

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