A pair crashed from a popular suggestion cliff in Yosemite National Park which was shot in another couple last week Point, a scenic destination in California's park, reported news channel KPIX.
"A male and female visitor died in an apparent fall from Taft Point in Yosemite National Park and Yosemite National Park Rangers are recovering the bodies this morning," officials said in a statement. "This incident is under investigation and no further details are available."
The accident comes a week after another couple's wedding offer on the scenic cliff became an online sensation.
Your romantic shoot began as a freelancer on social media Photographer Matt Dippel attempted to track down the couple whose touching moment he made unintentionally.
Dippel said he was waiting to take a landscape photo of his friend when a couple's engagement turned up.
"It's a super-popular place in Yosemite ̵
The photographer said that he then tried to find the lovebirds at Yosemite
"I ran to this point after taking the picture to find out who they were and I asked maybe 20 or 25 people and nobody came forward, "said Dippel.
Dippel finally sought contact with social media and shared the engagement photo in a tweet that has received more than 164,000 retweets since October 17.
However, the newly engaged couple is still not more than a week after the viral photo.