There is always a friend who spoils the photo. And it will not necessarily be on two legs.
For example, during a family photo at Banff National Park, created in 1885 in the Canadian Rockies, such a friend could crawl into the frame.
To spoil the photo, you need to sneak up unnoticed from behind. The stingrays in the Cayman Islands have succeeded.
It looks like a classic friend who spoils the photo. This is a gorilla in a zoo in Australia.
Sometimes it seems that it is not enough just to jump in the background, then you can take some action. It can a camel.
To spoil a photo as much as possible, you can do it like this. Kangaroo.
You can wait a long time and get ready to shoot the Red Arrows (English Red Arrows) performance by the British Royal Air Force aerobatic team, but one feathered friend, a seagull, can ruin everything.
Probably, many newlyweds would agree to have such a “friend” as a dolphin spoil the photo.
Such a “friend”, like an elephant, can also greatly revive a boring picture, without knowing it.
The photographer was photographing landscapes of the southern tip of South Africa, when suddenly a baboon got out of the picture.
Another classic example of a friend who spoils the photo.
It is not necessary to spoil the photo, jumping out from behind, quite successfully you can do it in the front.
To enhance the effect of spoiled photos, you can stick out the tongue.
However, a friend may not spoil the photo, but just take the right position in time.
A bold llama with a contented look spoils the frame with Machu Picchu – the city of ancient America, which is located on the territory of modern Peru.