Photographer Presents Lucky Couple With Surprise Engagement Gift
There are various pictures that feature random people that are impossible to track down. For a while, one photographer thought that may be the case for a photo he caught while at Yosemite National Park.
A man had decided that the cliff edge was the perfect spot to propose to his girlfriend, when Matthew Dippel, from Grand Rapids, Michigan was walking up Taft Point at the park. He spotted the moment that was taking place in front of his eyes and decided to get a picture of it.
As he was so far away from the couple, he wasn’t able to make out the faces of the couple. He took to social media to find out who they were, so he could track them down and give them an early wedding present.
For almost a week he had heard nothing back, until he received a message from a man called Charlie Bear and his fiancee Melissa from California, they told him that they were the couple he had captured.
Matthew was quick to share his findings with the world, he posted on Facebook: “I FOUND THEM. Everyone meet, Charlie Bear and his fiancee Melissa the happy couple that was out on the point in my Taft Point Proposal.”
The post continued: “In short, I captured the second proposal, the more special and official one in Charlie’s words. Huge congratulations to you two. I’m glad I finally found you to share this special moment with you, thanks for being so awesome, maybe one day we will finally meet in person.”
Matthew’s photo had been shared over 90,000 times on Twitter as people worldwide attempted to find the couple. Now the couple have a lifelong souvenir of their special moment.
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