A couple from New Zealand are finally getting some good news a year and a half after an earthquake shattered their world. Newlyweds Fen Jeremias and Martin Burley had just returned from their honeymoon in February 2011 when a massive 6.3-magnitude earthquake hit their home in Christchurch.
The quake forced the couple to flee their badly damaged home, and in the process, Burley dropped their camera somewhere outside and couldn't recover it at the time. The camera contained images from their honeymoon and wedding, which they assumed were lost forever. In fact, the couple say they felt "gutted" when they lost the camera.
Everything changed last week when the pair returned to the rubble that was once their home and noticed something poking out of the mud. It was the camera they had lost. Even though the camera itself was beyond repair, the memory card inside was still intact. After many hours of tedious dirt removal, the 2.5 gigabytes' worth of pictures on the card were saved andRead More »from Couple Recover Lost Camera with wedding photos 18 months after Earthquake