For the perfect wedding photo, a bride and groom choose a farmer's meadow. When they are gone, the farmer is stunned.
Munich/Meilen – Wedding photos should capture the most beautiful day of your life forever and ever. The bride and groom often attach great importance to an original photo shoot. Sometimes the wedding photo also goes wrong. But romantic wedding pictures are in vogue. For the scenery, it must be something very special, like a wild meadow – but for a farmer, the romance quickly came to an end.
"Bottomless impudence": Farmer angry after wedding photo shoot – bride and groom trample across their meadow
Wedding shoot on meadow: Farmer angrily posts photos of trampled grass on Facebook. © Screenshot Facebook/Hof Hinterburg
"What bottomless impudence!!! How do you come up with the idea?" writes the farming family from the Hinterburg farm in Switzerland on Facebook. And further: "First flatten about 20 meters through the tall grass and then another circle with a diameter of five meters." What this means can be clearly seen in two photos.
A trail from a dirt road across an otherwise untouched meadow with long grass and flowering daisies can be seen in a shot. It's really a beautiful landscape apart from that.
What happened at the end of the path is documented in the second picture: according to the farmer, they clearly indicate traces of a wedding photo shoot. The romantic meadow is completely destroyed at this point. For the perfect souvenir photo, the bride and groom rolled down the grass.
Wedding photo shoot on meadow leaves traces – "Simply a bottomless impudence"
"As a farming family, we always try to help when people ask us for a photo spot... but that's just a bottomless impudence!", writes the family on Facebook. The anger about the wedding photo shoot on the pristine meadow can be understood by users on Facebook. "How stupid you have to be. I don't even dare to walk across a meadow. But unfortunately, selfishness rules this world and stupidity to go with it," writes one user.
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The meadow serves as a so-called biodiversity area to promote the biodiversity of animals and plants. It should not be entered at all, the farmer explains to the Swiss news portal 20min.ch. Currently, there are also many fawns in the meadow – which, by the way, is private property.
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