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CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Photographer Still Searching for Mystery Couple

Matthew Dippel is still searching for the couple he captured in this iconic Yosemite National Park photograph taken on Oct. 6, 2018.

Posted: Oct. 21, 2018 2:57 PM
Updated: Oct. 22, 2018 2:09 PM

YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK, Calif. -The photographer visiting Yosemite National Park who captured a couple's special moment on his camera is still trying to find out who the people in the photo are.

A marriage proposal is one of life's most special moments. That is the moment it appears Michigan photographer Matthew Dippel captured with his film when shooting the majestic mountains and cliffs in Yosemite from Taft Point, west of Glacer Point.

The photo was taken on Oct. 6. According to CNN reporter Candese Charles, Dippel told her after shooting the photo he rushed to find the couple, asking several people in the park that day if they knew the man and woman. However, he was not able to find them.

Dippel then put the photo on the internet, in hopes of finding the couple by reaching out virtually. But thousands of likes and retweets later, the photographer still has no idea who the people are.

He says he will not give up until he finds them, hoping to share the "Will you?" photo with the couple that may soon say "I do!" 

If you have any idea who the couple is, you can reach out to Dippel on twitter. His handle is @dippelmatt.

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