Saturday, March 12, 2011
In March 2007, Leslie Mason and her son were cutting down some trees along the border of their property in Menasha, Wisconsin, when they spotted a digital camera in the bushes. Mason checked the camera and found the contact info for a photographer named Charles Boesen on it. She called Boesen and he was surprised—it had been stolen a year earlier, right after he photographed a wedding but before he made prints for the newlyweds, Karen and Tory Nordlinder. Amazingly, when Boesen checked the camera, the memory card—and the wedding pictures—were still intact. “I almost cried,” said the relieved photographer. “I’m thinking, this bride is going to be so overjoyed when she finds out.”
I just a happy ending, don't you?