Did you, or someone you know, by any chance get proposed to in Central Park last Saturday, May 7th? Maybe at around 12:41 p.m. in front of the Bethesda Fountain? You did? Well, Michael Justin Films has some pictures you might want to see. Apparently inadvertently capturing proposals in time lapse videos is the hot new thing.

Here's the story on this latest set of serendipitous proposal porn, according to the photographer Michael Porco:

I woke up this morning to a beautiful day in New York City. Rather than waste it, I decided to take my camera into Central Park and snap some photos. After putzing around for about an hour and taking some [rather lame] pictures, I decided to do a time-lapse of the Bethesda Fountain. Often a nice tourist spot, I figured I would get a cool looking time lapse of the crowd. I set my camera and my intervelometer to take a photo every 5 seconds. About a minute in though, it started to drizzle. I packed up my gear and headed home.

The time-lapse amounted to less than a half of a second when played back at normal speed. Not surprising since I only recorded a photo every 5 seconds for 1 minute. I was about to delete the sequence when something in my head said “review them before deleting.”

And that’s when I saw it. Directly in the middle of the frame, as if I had planned it: a man proposing to his girlfriend. 50 seconds. 10 pictures. A fleeting moment now relive-able.

I don’t know who this couple is or where they’re from. I don’t know if they’re New Yorkers or here on vacation. Finding them will be near impossible. But in this social world of Facebook and Twitter, I’m hoping we can track them down. This is something they should have.

And we totally agree! So, if you know who the happy couple in the photos might be, you should most certainly get them in touch with these guys here. They promise to update us all if they do in fact find the happy couple. And if you are the couple in the photos? Congratulations!