This Photographer Spent 30 Years Capturing Kissing Couples in NYC

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A photographer by the name of Matt Weber spent over 30 years capturing life on the streets of New York City, most of his work deals with the dark side of life in city; poverty, violence, homelessness… but some capture some of the genuinely tender moments that make the struggle totally worthwhile.

Weber, over his 30 years immortalizing the streets, captured scores of pictures of loving couples in New York. The photos are in contrast to his grittier work precisely because they capture moments of love in a city that can quite often feel heartless.

We’re sharing some of the work with you here. Check out more of Mark Weber’s photography at his website HERE. And feel the love below:

Love is a Train, 2010

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57th Street Station

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Times Square

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Q Train, 2004

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Christmas, 2011

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iN-PUBLiC Display of Affection, 2012

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Strawberry Girl, 2011

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Subway, 2010

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The Met, 2010

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Midnight Kiss, 1989

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Coney Island, 2009

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Perfect Kiss, 2003

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Gay Pride, 2010

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Coney Kiss, 2009

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Featured image source [Matt Weber]

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