Updated:CRYSTAL RIVER, Fla. —
A photographer said she was randomly asked to take pictures at a wedding on a Crystal River beach in Citrus County of a couple she didn't know.
That was four years ago, and she was never able to deliver the photos to the bride and groom.
Now, she's trying to track them down.
It was a romantic beach wedding on Valentine's Day 2010, but for Daralyn Teasdale of Michigan, who the couple is, is a mystery.
"I know I would hate to lose my wedding pictures," said Teasdale.
Teasdale said she was trying out her new Nikon camera at the beach in Crystal River when she said someone from the wedding asked her to take pictures.
"One of the guests approached us and said they did not have a photographer. I don't know if one didn't show up or if they didn't have one," she said.
Teasdale said she took dozens of pictures, but the couple has not seen a single one of them.
"We didn't know them, and I gave them my number and we didn't hear from them and I didn't know if my number got lost, so I have always had the pictures and I didn't know how to get a hold of the people we met on the beach," she said.
In a race against time, Teasdale is now turning to local media to help find the couple before their fourth anniversary.
About 50 people attended the wedding, most of them family, and Teasdale is hoping someone recognizes them.
"I would just love to get them to them. I know their anniversary is coming up. They got married on Valentine's Day and I've got these great pictures," Teasdale said.
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