Your lips the other night were amazing, I truly miss your kisses. It gave me this great feeling, just like our first kiss on 10/7/13. I honestly don't think I will ever get tired of kissing you. I miss you so much right now.
Kiss, don't you love it, when a man kisses you this way, it shows such passion and power. The power of a kiss.
I need your amazing kisses tonight.. I want to hold my lover and feel her body pressed to mine!!
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"Zack!" She yelled, running from her car to his house in the pouring rain. "Zacky!!" The door of the house opened on her second shriek of his name, and the tattooed guitarist emerged in only pajama pants. "Gab it's pouring what are you doing!" "I needed to see you!" She yelled back, her clothes now soaked through to her skin. Zack ran out to meet her in the street, uncaring of the rain. "You're crazy..." He whispered. "I know." She said, grabbing him and pulling him to her. "Now kiss me."
Meet me in the pouring rain Kiss me on the sidewalk Take away the pain
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falling in love in a coffee shop.
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A hidden kiss.
Photo by Anders Petersen La semana pasada leyendo un post de Vicki Archer de French Essence sobre los lugares más románticos en París para besarse, me hizo pensar en la relación entre el lugar y el romance. Somos muchos los que idealizamos un lugar y acabamos tachándolo de romántico. ¿Pero es el lugar lo que hace que un beso sea más romántico? O más bien lo contrario... ese beso tan especial convierte el emplazamiento en romántico? Personalmente, los besos más románticos han sido en lugares muy sencillos, sin nada destacable, ya sea una playa al atardecer o bajo la lluvia en una calle anónima... Lo que los hizo especiales fue la persona con la que estaba, o cómo me sentía en ese momento. Sin embargo, no niego que en alguna ocasión he visitado algún enclave que yo misma he terminado calificando de romántico, a pesar de estar sola. Me pregunto qué hace que asociemos un lugar en concreto con el romanticismo. Son lugares universales, como el Pont Neuf en París, lo alto del Empire State en NYC, o una góndola bajo el Puente de los Suspiros en Venecia. Qué tienen esos lugares para despertar el romance en el imaginario popular? Es a causa del cine o la literatura quizás? ¿Cuál es el lugar más romántico en el que os han besado? ¿Qué lo hizo tan romántico? Last week, reading a post by Vicki Archer, from French Essence, about the best places to kiss in Paris, made me think about the relation between romance and a place. Many of us, we idealize a place and just describe it as romantic. But is it the place that makes a kiss more romantic? Or rather the opposite... that special kiss is what it makes a site specially romantic? In my case, the most romantic kisses took place in very common places, with nothing remarkable, whether a beach at sunset or under the rain in an anonymous street... What made them special was the person, or how I felt at the time. However, I admit that sometimes I've visited a location and despite being alone, I've sighed thinking how romantic it was. I wonder what makes us to associate a place with romance. Such universal places as the Pont Neuf in Paris, the top of the Empire State in NYC, or a gondola under the Ponte dei Sospiri in Venice. What is it in those places that awakes the romance in the popular imagination? Is it because of the cinema or literature maybe? Let me know what's the most romantic place where you've been kissed. What made it so romantic?
Action photography requires specific skills to produce successful images. Panning, predictive focusing, and selective metering are all important skills that are not as hard to master due to new technology and advances in digital cameras today. Also knowing your subject matter is very important when one is shooting action photography. It helps in predicting when a good shot will happen and you will be prepared to capture it.
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Romantic photos of kissing people
They were strangers once, captured in candid photos taken on the streets of NYC. These are stories of how I got to meet them & create great human connections.
This could be a cute engagement photo idea, it is sweet but not at all cheesy bc a) you can't see the kiss and b) its on inner tubes! Winter in New Hampshire, on an inner tube!!!
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Couple Kissing While Inner Tube Floating By: Alfred Eisenstaedt
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FAVORITE KISS PICTURE OF ALL TIME!!!!!!!! The Kiss: Photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1945 Perhaps the most famous photo ever to appear in LIFE is Alfred Eisenstaedt's portrait of the spontaneous jubilation that broke out with the announcement that World War II was over.
The Kiss by Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1945. Portrait of the spontaneous jubilation that broke out with the announcement that WWII was over. Eisenstaedt recalled that the sailor was kissing every gal in sight and managed to get four snaps of him in a clinch with this nurse.
Time Square Kiss
I've always loved this picture, and I love it even more now that I'm with a sailor :)
Time Square Kiss...I even dated a sailor then...But I married a soldier a few years later.
The Kiss: Photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1945 Perhaps the most famous photo ever to appear in LIFE is Alfred Eisenstaedt's portrait of the spontaneous jubilation that broke out with the announcement that World War II was over. Eisenstaedt recalled that the sailor was kissing every gal in sight and managed to get four snaps of him in a clinch with this nurse. He never got their names, and while many credible contenders stepped forward over the years, LIFE never conclusively confirmed any of the...