Tweet Opens Floodgates of 'Best Moment' Pictures

Sports Illustrated's Richard Deitsch asked twitter followers if they had pictures of the best moment of their lives.
1:45 | 07/22/13

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We also want to turn here and talk about memorable moments. The most memorable moments. We want to see a photo of that single magic instant that you're never going to forget. Why it means so much to you and tell you how to do it in just a moment. While you think about it take a look at this. Jennifer lawrence winning the oscar. LeBRON JAMES CLINCHING HIS FIRST Title. Will and kate's royal walk down the aisle. Snapshots in time of the very best time. Imagine if you had a photograph of the best moment of your life, what a gift that would be. Reporter: It's a question that came to richard deitch when he saw a picture of three brothers embracing after the youngest had won a college hockey championship. I just sort of was musing with that question and put it out to those who follow me. Reporter: Nearly 88,000 people follow him and all of a sudden they started tweeting back. A couple minutes later got a photograph of husband and wife kissing at the altar. Ten minutes later a guy holding his son for the first time. A guy who was kissing his wife in a hospital bed after she had woken up from brain and lung transplant surgery. When I tweeted that out the floodgates opened. Reporter: Intimate glimpses into deeply personal moments, some of the best of their lives. We want you to send us your best moments. Goodmorningamerica.Com at yahoo! Your unforgettable instance. Richard deitch, a dear friend of mine from "sports illustrated." He sent it out. Didn't expect it. It has mushroomed and they keep coming. It's a wonderful, wonderful thing richard is doing. It's going to be terrific. Again, send them along to us. Pretty please.

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