Weird News Proposal With a Twist! Storm Chaser Pops the Question in Front of Tornado

14:01  19 may  2017
14:01  19 may  2017 Source:   Inside Edition

Wedding rings lost in Texas tornado found amid miles of debris

  Wedding rings lost in Texas tornado found amid miles of debris Just three months after their wedding, a tornado destroyed Ariel and Justin Duke's Canton, Texas, home, their personal items lost in the debris that stretched for miles. Ariel's wedding and engagement rings went missing, and after searching for eight days, the Dukes made a final plea online, posting a photo of Ariel's rings and asking anyone who might come across them to please return the precious jewelry.

A photo capturing a memorable proposal is causing a storm , as the momentous occasion was captured in front of a passing tornado . Read: Woman Unknowingly Wears Engagement Ring Inside of Necklace for More Than a Year. Alex Bartholomew is a storm chaser in Texas.

Routine storm chase turns into proposal with twist . A photo capturing a memorable proposal is causing a storm , as the momentous occasion was captured in front of a passing tornado . Alex Bartholomew is a storm chaser in Texas. He told his girlfriend, Britney Fox Cayton, they were just

Proposal With a Twist! Storm Chaser Pops the Question in Front of Tornado: The photographer reveals how he captured that stormy proposal © Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. The photographer reveals how he captured that stormy proposal A photo capturing a memorable proposal is causing a storm, as the momentous occasion was captured in front of a passing tornado.

Alex Bartholomew is a storm chaser in Texas. He told his girlfriend, Britney Fox Cayton, they were just going on a routine storm chase.

“I really wanted to combine my two greatest loves into one shot,” he said.

“I had no idea, it was complete shock,” she told Inside Edition. “I just nodded because I couldn't words out I was tearing up so bad.”

Bartholomew posted the image on Facebook where it has gone viral.

Wedding rings lost in Texas tornado found amid miles of debris

  Wedding rings lost in Texas tornado found amid miles of debris Just three months after their wedding, a tornado destroyed Ariel and Justin Duke's Canton, Texas, home, their personal items lost in the debris that stretched for miles. Ariel's wedding and engagement rings went missing, and after searching for eight days, the Dukes made a final plea online, posting a photo of Ariel's rings and asking anyone who might come across them to please return the precious jewelry.

A photo capturing a memorable proposal is causing a storm , as the momentous occasion was captured in front of a passing tornado .

A photo capturing a memorable proposal is causing a storm , as the momentous occasion was captured in front of a passing tornado . Read: Woman Unknowingly Wears Engagement Ring Inside of Necklace for More Than a Year. Alex Bartholomew is a storm chaser in Texas.

“I wanted to get the tornado right in between them,” said Jason Cooley, who captured the moment. “I was worried the tornado was going to disappear. The tornado waited for us. The scene was perfect.”

The couple and the crew who took photos and video all said they were not nervous being near the tornado as it ripped through Texas.

“It was better than what I imagined,” Bartholomew said.

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