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  • Olivia Reeves

    love ever after. heart warming love after 50 years.

  • Katy Leifer

    Love Ever After Photo Project by Lauren Fleishman

  • Laura Hendrickson

    Mainstream media is saturated with images of young and beautiful lovers – but what about the timeless and fathomless bonds shared between old couples who have shared each other’s love for more than 50 years? Photographer Lauren Fleishman set out to capture heartwarming, tender portraits of couples whose love for each other has survived half a century in a heartwarming photo series called “The Lovers.”

  • Danielle Johnson

    Moses and Tessie Rubenstein by Lauren Fleishman for TIME, "Everyday my wife expresses her love for me. She says, 'Did I tell you how much I love you today?' Everyday—everyday she says that." Moe Rubenstein, Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, New York, August 24, 2008

  • kelsey evelyn

    "love after after" photography project. just beautiful!

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