'Love Isn't Extinct': Photographer Couple Captures Mock T-Rex Engagement in Photo Shoot
The couple wanted to spread the love.
A Washington couple who owns a photography business is raising eyebrows with a mock T-Rex engagement photo shoot to prove “love isn’t extinct.”
Photographers Greg Basel and Maria Adams came up with the idea after they realized much of what they see in the media is bad news.
“The main reason we did this… where we live in Washington state, there’s news about killings every day, so we wanted to do something fun that would put smiles on people’s faces,” Basel told InsideEdition.com.
The couple got two of their friends to dress up in the dinosaur costumes and shot the pictures in an hour.
“It was really fun. We went down by a river spot and we had a blast,” Basel said.
The photos feature the dinosaurs holding hands, kissing, and gazing into each other’s eyes.
"With everything going on in the world right now we wanted to let everyone know that someone does love you no matter who are," Basel said.
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