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A picture is worth a 1000 words, but the lost album is, apparently, up to the value of $1,000.
A Colorado couple, who celebrated their wedding at Crater Lake this past weekend and is offering a $1,000 reward to their friend and wedding photographer, Lenzi, Holmes, and lost the box with SD cards, which are all of the photos from the ceremony and the reception.
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Holmes reportedly didn’t know she was missing, the cards they got from Denver International Airport to fly back home to Texas. And they immediately left the airport and turned in her steps to look for them, KDVR reported.
Holmes, who had been staying at the Hilton Hotel in the city centre of Copenhagen, visited, and called out to all of the locations, after the wedding, but I was not able to find the photos.
The woman said in a lengthy Facebook video, the stress of misplacing the tickets was so intense, she suffered a panic attack.
Holmes was afraid to tell the bride, Kacie Sanford, about what had happened, but she wasn’t prepared to take on Sanford’s reaction to it.
“I went from screaming and crying to go to the bathroom and throw up, and down, and rocking, and praying that God would take me home, because I didn’t want to have to go through this,” Holmes said.
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Holmes was afraid to tell the bride, Kacie Sanford, about what had happened, and said she was very surprised by her reaction.
“Her response was,” It’s just the photos. You’re my best friend. I love you so much, and that’s all that counts,'” said Holmes.
“She’s just the sweetest person, that,” Sanford told KDVR, speaking of that, Holmes, “I said to her,” it might be. I’m not mad at you. It’s fucked up.'”
But the pair are still hopeful that the SD card will be detected and returned. If anyone has any information, Lenzi Holmes with H&S Photography is a powerful incentive for people to get in touch with her.
In the meantime, Sanford said, make the most of the professional photo’s she was able to do for the day.
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“And I’m like, if I have one, and it is this, we can use it. It’s beautiful,” she told KDVR.