Photographer searches for mystery newlyweds he spotted on Yosemite cliff

It was a picture-perfect moment — a bride in a sweeping white gown kisses her groom as they stand atop a towering cliff in Yosemite National Park at sunset.

In fact, the photographer who captured it couldn't be happier about it. He has just one question: Who are these people?

Do I like #Yosemite? 🤔..... I do! 👰🏼💍

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Adventure-loving photog Mike Karas and his group were hiking through Yosemite Thursday when he spotted the scene up ahead. While he was the ideal distance away from the action to get the pic, he was too far away to catch up with the couple.

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"It was surreal," he told NBC Bay Area. "We had seen the bride and groom walking down, but all of a sudden we saw them out on the ledge as we were shooting other photos and that 'Eureka!' moment just unfolded."

He hopes to have another "eureka" moment when he learns the identity of the happy couple.

Karas has posted the photo online and was hoping someone will reach out to him with the details — both to satisfy his own curiosity and to make sure the newlyweds see their special shot.

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So if you know — or if you are — the bride and groom who posed in front of the setting sun at Taft Point on the Pohono Trail at Yosemite National Park last week, reach out to Karas and say "I do ... know their identity."

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