Monday, October 4, 2010

An Afternoon in Manhattan Beach (2) - A Kiss


From the pier, on the pier.

9 comments:

TheChieftess said...

Nice little intimate moment!!!

VP said...

Just answering your question about “Le Nozze di Figaro”:
The Italian for birthmark is “voglia” which means also desire, craving, with the obvious implications...
In the case of Figaro this is the plot device to reconcile him with his long lost parents.
The shape of the birthmark in this case would be decisive and probably this one was really spatula-shaped.
Domingo is an accomplished conductor and I'm sure you saw something very good. I love opera, so I'd be delighted if you ever need to know anything more.

Merisi said...

Spring is not the only season where love springs forth! ;-)

Wanda said...

The kiss is sweet, but I love her crochet shell sweater!!!

Bibi said...

Timeless photo, sneaky little you!

Kaori said...

Perfect shot in black and white♥

spacedlaw said...

Piers are made just for this. If people didn't kiss on them, they would crumble out of existence.

Almost Precious said...

A timeless emotion; love, tender and sweet. Your choice of using Black and White makes it truly ageless, A glimpse of lovers; yesterday, today and tomorrow.

Virginia said...

Ain't love grand!