In Nightland, Michael Streckbein documents how urban landscapes undergo a transformation when the day ends and night takes over. The German photographer roams through deserted railway stations, rail tracks and construction areas, capturing the strange and moody atmosphere that permeates the normally-crowded locations. With diffused lights piercing through the fog, the images in his series are nothing short of cinematic.
Streckbein’s compelling work has been exhibited in Germany and has gained well-deserved recognition and awards within the international photography community, notably by the Siena International Photography Awards, Prix de la Photographie Paris and the Moscow International Foto Awards, to name a few. See more of his work on Behance and Instagram.