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  • Amanda Tantes

    Alfred Eisenstaedt’s image of a sailor kissing a nurse in Times Square on V-J Day in 1945. (Photo: Alfred Eisenstaedt, Time-Life/Getty Images) This iconic photo has always been one of my favorites! Our apartment has at least 3 copies of this <3

  • Kimber Hubbard

    military deployment first kisses | Reading Thru The Night: "The Lovely Leave" (SS-3)

  • emily smith

    Alfred Eisenstaedt, (Sailor Kissing a Nurse on V-J Day, Times Square, New York City), August 14, 1945. LIFE Magazine.

  • My Beautiful Words

    And it's not always just about kissing two lips... and two lips kissing. It's about kissing life. Grabbing life passionately. Each and every moment. And to kiss it with all your heart. And with both hands. Fully embraced. "A kiss is something you need both hands for." Mark Twain The kiss... Always remember the kiss. Photograph: The Kiss, 1945, New York Times Square Photograph Credits: Alfred Eisenstaedt Encouraging Courage. Encouraging You.

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