I love it!! We can all use a little love and passion in our lives, in the park, at the coffee house! Wherever!! Delightful post for the day and I do love your capture! And may your week be thrilling as well, mon amie!HugsSylvia
Why you interloper, you!I hope you have a grand week as well.
Oh how lovely!
Ooo, la la! ; )
Hello Genie:How lovely is this - and it really does help to make the world go around!
i don't know how you secretly stole this moment, but it's a good one. i wish love is in each and everyone of us. ^0^
Such a romantic photograph Genie. A true Romeo and Juliet moment. Even though you secretly took the photograph you have shown great respect in hiding their identities by both the composition and the slight blurring of the couple. Bravo Genie you have made my day.
Thanks to the long-focus lens! You are a papperazzi ha,ha.
Very romantic, Genie! My day didn't look like this, but I would happily accept if it did.
The young at heart.
genie the paparazza !!
Well, I guess that will depend who I sit next to on the plane tomorrow.
Thrilling? I am hoping for passionate! :)
This picture is wonderful! :)Léia
What a picture! Perfect I'd say...ah young love...sigh :)
Playing the paparazzi, Genie?! :-) Cool! Lovely shot too.
The week just started. For love and passion we will have to see - and hope! :-)
Why is it that in NYC PDAs seem out of place but in Paris it seems like the most natural thing in the world?Vive l'amour and vive Paris—and you for this wonderful sneaky shot!
Ah c'est beau.
oi.. what kind of lovely love.
Oh love, nothing better.
Oh l'amour :) I doubt my week will be as thrilling in this relentless heat. Thanks for your visit.
Joli cliché, ce baiser volé !
Sheeeeeeeesh! I hope so. Get lucky! Do you have her cell?
Very nice, Genie. I like shots like this one. It communicates everything but doesn't disclose too much about the individuals.
How I have enjoyed your comments today! This couple was easy to photograph as they were not in a hurry to go anywhere. I had about 6 shots and I was the only one moving.Joe, thank you but you give me too much credit. I was looking for a filtered shot but was fortunate that it had focal points and not all "filtered." Now, had I had a pair of shears in my bag, I might have captured more of them - hah!I do hope that you/we all have a week filled with love and passion. Now, Peter, you will have to get back with me later in the week with a report...Bises,Genie
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