Photography is an art of its own that people master over the years. It’s the experience and the techniques that you learn over the years that ultimately let you take mind blowing photographs. However, some people just get lucky to take once in a lifetime pictures as long as they have a camera or a camera phone in their hands. They just happen to click the camera button in the right direction at the right time.
Among the various areas of photography, wildlife photography is a vast as well as popular area around which international competitions are held too. Taking wildlife photographs is definitely not an easy task for several reasons. To photograph wildlife you need to have access to locations which are not human friendly and which view your presence as a threat. And to take the perfect shots it takes so much patience, time, focus as well as effort. But the outcome is definitely gonna be worth it because you’re gonna end up with beautiful photographs of the wildlife.
However, do things go all okay all the time? Just like anything else in life, there are shots that go wrong even when it comes to a professional photographer with years of experience. Sometimes it all depends on time and much on luck too. Since such instances are not that rare, there’s a Facebook community called the Crap Wildlife Photography with over 320K members where they post photos that ended up so bad to the point that they are funny.
Here are 10 such photographs that I know you’re gonna enjoy and share with your friends!
#1 Flower Fairy
#2 Strongly Stating Its Opinion
#3 Aladdin Of The Kettle
#4 Ant Eater Dance Pose
#5 It Was Not Ready For The Picture
#6 Grandfather Of All Squirrels
#7 Laughed So Hard At Karen’s Joke
#8 Now That’s The First Step Of The Pelican Dance
#9 Casual Walk During Cat’s Nap
#10 All Was Well Until The Bear Decided To Come Near You
I have been a passionate reader, writer and language learner since a child, and I ended up graduating from University of Peradeniya with a BA (Hons) in English. I am also a JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test) Level N2 holder. I have 5+ years experience in content writing/editing, and also 5+ months experience in official/business translation in Sinhala Japanese and English Japanese.
Anyway, the boring stuff aside, during my free time, I sing, play a little bit of guitar, read, draw/paint, bake and play video games.