The marriage proposals are consistently some of the most picturesque moments of life.
On a recent trip to Yosemite National Park in California, professional photographer Matthew Dippel had the pleasure of accidentally witnessing a proposal between two strangers from afar. Naturally, he took out his camera and captured a visually spectacular and wildly romantic shot.
Hoping to find the two people in the picture, Dippel turned to Twitter for help, sharing the image and a bit of context to help in the search.
I mean, look at this picture! It's awesome and if this was your engagement photo, I'm pretty sure you'd want it.
Dippel was actually waiting for his friend Josh to go to the point where he witnessed the proposal, he told Mashable by email. "Before I went out to the cornice, the couple did it first and then the next thing I knew was that it was on one knee," he explained.
"I had all my settings ready to start, due to Josh's wait, so I just broke up and got a beautiful picture."
After he took the picture of Josh, Dippel went to look for the couple and share the photo with them, but unfortunately he could not determine exactly what two people had seen from afar.
"There were perhaps 12 other photographers there, along with three or four brides and grooms who took pictures at that time," he said.
Dippel also explained that he mainly photographs concerts, portraits and landscapes. Although judging by this picture, it seems you should consider adding pledge photos to your repertoire.
At the time of writing this article, Dippel's tweet had almost 200,000 "likes" and almost 89,000 "retweets", but the couple had not yet been located.
Update: I have not found them yet.
– Matthew Dippel (@DippelMatt) October 19, 2018
So do your thing, the internet, and share the photo with the hope that you will find your way to these lovers of the national park.
UPDATE: October 19, 2018, 4:52 p.m. EDT Updated with comments from Matthew Dippel.