A photographer from Michigan took a stunning photo of a marriage proposal in Yosemite National Park last week. Now he tries to find the couple and asks for help on social media, WOOD-TV reported.
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Matthew Dippel from Grand Rapids was on a road trip in California with a friend and was hiking near Taft Point when he decided to stop and take pictures, reports WLIX. That was when he saw the marriage proposal and quickly took a picture.
"I looked directly at my camera to make sure I really had it and myself That was an incredible shot, "Dippel told WOOD.
Dippel and his friend went to Taft Point and tried to find the couple, but they already had it left.
Dippel asked several people, but nobody knew who they were, WLIX reported.
"I went there to find out who the couple was, maybe I asked 20-25 people and nobody knew who they were," Dippel told WOOD.
Dippel decided to publish his hack on social media in the hope that the couple could be identified. He posted on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
"Honestly, I just want to give them a big printout of the photo because it's such an incredible moment," said Dippel WOOD's most cherished moment, hoping to see this photo and experience that moment on this cliff. "