Metaphysics of an Urban Landscape is an ongoing series from Gabriele Croppi, which concentrates on capturing high contrast, black-and-white images of large cities. Here we get a look at his images of New York. The Milan-based photographer turns the bustling metropolis into a silent, near empty landscape where much of his images are completely blacked out and turned into negative space, creating a stark contrast to the whites and greys present in the compositions.
Check out more of the images after the jump.
pic and info: Gabriele Croppi