A Friend Who Spoils the Photo ‘at Perfect Time’

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.

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To spoil the photo, you need to sneak up unnoticed from behind. The stingrays in the Cayman Islands have succeeded.

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It looks like a classic friend who spoils the photo. This is a gorilla in a zoo in Australia.

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Sometimes it seems that it is not enough just to jump in the background, then you can take some action. It can a camel.

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To spoil a photo as much as possible, you can do it like this. Kangaroo.

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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.

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Probably, many newlyweds would agree to have such a “friend” as a dolphin spoil the photo.

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Such a “friend”, like an elephant, can also greatly revive a boring picture, without knowing it.

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The photographer was photographing landscapes of the southern tip of South Africa, when suddenly a baboon got out of the picture.

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Another classic example of a friend who spoils the photo.

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It is not necessary to spoil the photo, jumping out from behind, quite successfully you can do it in the front.

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To enhance the effect of spoiled photos, you can stick out the tongue.

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However, a friend may not spoil the photo, but just take the right position in time.

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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.

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