Wouldn't it be fun to see one of your photos go viral? We just never quite know when one of our photos hits a thread with the right person, they share it, and the photo is suddenly being talked about by hundreds of thousands. This evening, wedding photographer Sascha Reinking, suspected he might have seen a celebrity, Zach Braff, photobombing a wedding photo he took while on the streets of NYC and tweeted the photo to him not expecting much to happen. About an hour later the photo is being seen by hundreds of thousands of people.
As Reinking was going through his photos from a recent wedding he thought he spotted someone familiar photobombing the wedding couple as they shared a kiss on the streets of New York City. He shared the photo to his Facebook page with the caption, "I might be mistaken but is that Zach Braff photobombing my newlywed couple?! Only in New York..."
Braff has been in numerous movies and television shows but most famously known by his starring role in the television series "Scrubs" which aired from 2001-2010. Reinking then tweeted the photo over to Zach Braff to see if he would admit the photobomb. "@zachbraff Sir, I think you photobombed my newlywed couple the other day in New York. Well played."
Braff admitted to the photobomb by tweeting out the photo out to his 1.3 million followers on Twitter, "This is one of my best photobombs ever."
Within two hours the photo has been retweeted over 3300 times. (Edit: 12 hours since the original tweet and it has now been retweeted over 8000 times and picked up by most of the major news organizations.)
What a thrill that has got to be for Sascha. I just love seeing photos go viral!