German man proposes to go to the internet: leave cornfield imprint on Google Maps

Steffen Schwarz, a 32-year-old part-time farmer in Germany, is set to marry his fiancee in June, according tomedia. It is reported that the couple’s upcoming wedding began with Schwarz’s epic proposal last May – which is now news.

German man proposes to go to the internet: leave cornfield imprint on Google Maps

At the time, Schwarz is understood to have left “Will you marry me?” in the huettenberg community in central Germany in order to propose to his fiancee. (Willst du mich heiraten?) It’s a moving remark. To get his girlfriend to see, Schwarz lets her fly a drone across the field. To keep his girlfriend suspicious, Schwarz made up a reason for him to operate the drone, saying he saw wild boars in the field so he needed to use the drone to look at it. And the finale is already known — Schwarz’s girlfriend saw the message and agreed to her boyfriend’s proposal.

What made the proposal so memorable was that one of Schwarz’s Canadian relatives told him that he had seen the proposal he had left behind with a corn grower on Google Maps.

Now, with Valentine’s Day coming up on Friday, the photo has been seen by people from all over the world, making the story even more romantic.

The couple said they planned to use the drone again in June — certainly to take pictures of their wedding , and to put a good end to the story .