I was wandering around Neck Point because I came to see the sunset and make some photographs. It was a beautiful warm evening with the sun dropping into the ocean in a beautiful warm glow. The sun had gone down behind some clouds and the showy part of the sunset was over when I saw this couple alone on the grass. I circled behind them and snapped a few pictures from a distance. He leaned forward to kiss her cheek and it was the perfect instance that defined their moment together. It is a moment filled with little intimacies, the little tattoo behind her ear, his arm around her back and... the kiss. With the the sun still glinting in the grasses around them it is a tender moment shared by two lovers with the ocean the mountains in the background. Henri Cartier-Bresson, an amazing French photographer, talked about finding the decisive moment that defines a situation or a personality or a relationship. I think this moment comes pretty close to matching Cartier-Bresson’s criteria.