There’s An Entire Facebook Group That’s Dedicated To Crappy Wildlife Photography
I’m sure that you have seen your fair share of wildlife pictures on social media. You take a look at some of those pictures and feel as if you could do it yourself – if you had the opportunity and the equipment. As it turns out, there are plenty of bad wildlife photos to go around as well and Crap Wildlife Photography is a Facebook group that is dedicated to those photographers who managed to fail during their attempts.
Don’t you just hate it when a tree gets in the way? You really have to be quick!
I don’t think I’ve ever seen a bird actually fall off of the limb before. This is incredible!
I would have to say that this is the perfect hole-in-one! Somebody is going to have a nice surprise when they retrieve the ball.
I’m sure that this bird would be beautiful from the right angle!
I don’t think this lion is quite ready for Instagram. A perfect addition to the bad photography page.
I’m sure that there was a funny story behind this picture. It gives the term “sly as a fox” a whole new meeting.
I don’t even know what to say about this picture. It reminds me of me when I pose for the perfect shot.
I would say this bird is having a bad day. Perhaps not all owls are wise.
I believe this picture is the perfect example of what wildlife thinks when we are out there with our cameras.
I would love to know what was on this deer’s mind when the picture was snapped. I think they were probably just wondering why they stopped for a picture.
I hate to say it, but I don’t think this fish is all that intelligent.
I get the feeling that this lizard doesn’t appreciate being photographed. It looks like they are really given a thorough tongue lashing.
Imagine waiting in the freezing cold for days to get the perfect shot of that wildcat and suddenly, a bird flies in the way.
I believe this deer is letting us know exactly how they feel about having their picture taken.
It looks like a rather interesting petting zoo. I think this elk is looking for a scratch behind the ears.
There is something to be said for having the camera and focus. Nice try!
It seems as if having the camera and focus is not always the easiest thing to do. At least they didn’t have to wait for this one to be developed!
It seems as if this llama had something to say. Perhaps it was just having a bad day.
This is exactly the view you would see before the animal goes running off into the woods laughing.
I don’t think these lions enjoyed being interrupted. Perhaps we should give them some privacy.