Intimacy love Photography series

Intimacy love Photography series

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I love you without knowing how, or when, or from where.
I love you straightforwardly, without complexities or pride; so I love you because I know no other way that this: where I does not exist, nor you, so close that your hand on my chest is my hand, so close that your eyes close as i fall asleep.

Intimacy love hugging Intimacy love Showing Intimacy love True love true face

Feeling lovecouple hugging thru the window couple in the dark

For real intimacy, we first need to feel loved.

I always wanted to shoot a series of couple being intimating to each other, showing their feeling of each other love. Which they may not show this in openly. Where people think it should be in privacy.

couple intimacy move couple intimcay laugh

Intimacy means more than the physical. Each of us has five significant parts in our lives. We have the physical, the emotional, the mental, the social, and the spiritual. All five of these parts are designed to work together in harmony

couple kissing in backlit

couple lying on the bed

Your marital intimacy is also strengthened when you two are spending time as a couple, having fun together, and surprising one another.

couple portrait in intimacy

I believe that what we really want is not sex. What we really want is intimacy.

couple portrait in shadow couple portrait couple pose in dim light

The fear of intimacy – afraid to be loved?
what is love – intimacyMarshall Hodge wrote a book called Your Fear of Love. In it he says, “We long for moments of expressions of love, closeness and tenderness, but frequently, at the critical point, we often draw back. We are afraid of closeness. We are afraid of love.” Later in the same book Hodge states, “The closer you come to somebody, the greater potential there is for pain.” It is the fear of pain that often drives us away from finding true intimacy.

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