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People making love in publicMikaël Theimer captures beautiful...



















People making love in public

Mikaël Theimer captures beautiful displays of affection for your enjoyment on this Valentine’s Day. Thanks for following us, love. 

I do take pictures of people making love, but do you really have to be naked to make love? Isn’t a hug, a kiss, or even just a smile, just as much a part of love making?

So for all the hopeless romantics out there, here’s a collection of lovebirds I caught right in the act… - Mikaël

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