Photographer Matthew Dippel captured a proposal on his lens, while wandering about in Yosemite Park, a national park in the Sierra Nevada mountains, California. The picture, which shows a man kneeling in front of his budding bride at Taft Point (fingers crossed she said yes), caused Twitter frenzy when Dippel asked the world to help him identify the couple, so that he could share his photo with them.

‘Twitter help, idk [sic] who these two are but I hope this finds them. I took this at Taft Point at Yosemite National Park, on October 6th, 2018,’ Dippel captioned his tweet.

He uploaded the picture on 17 October, it has been 31 days – and despite over 174,000 retweets – the couple still remain a mystery pair.

Weird: Proposal on mountain top

Dippel wrote: ‘Update #2: Still no luck. A lot of people saying they found them but doesn’t turn out to be the right couple. If you honestly think you found them message me please! I can’t keep scrolling through the comments to look. Thanks everyone.’

One user, called ChapsTV, posted a picture of himself in June, doing a handstand dangerously close to the edge of the cliff. Others are taking a more humorous view to the search, with one user photoshopping the picture so that it looks as if someone is getting a blowjob. Romance is alive, guys.

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