Life in New York City doesn’t slow down for anyone, but street photographer Matt Weber has a keen eye for those quiet, intimate moments shared between two people — the kind that feel like all time has stopped. Sometimes it’s a kiss before the subway doors close, and sometimes it’s a passionate embrace against the steel security gate of an abandoned shop. “Occasionally, it’s over the top. Young people tend to do that — spend half an hour groping,” the former taxi driver told Slate. “Maybe it’s not exhibitionism so much as being overwhelmed. The first time you fall in love as a teenager is a really powerful thing.” Weber captures lovers on the streets of New York — spontaneous moments of bliss in a city that has its share of difficulties. “There are so many miserable people. You see a lot of people not looking very content. With happy people, I try not to worry why they’re happy,” he explained. Weber’s life and work is featured in the documentary More Than the Rainbow, and you can purchase prints of his photos over here, but the artist was kind enough to share his images with us — which are featured in our gallery.