Whether it’s the sweet, melancholy singing of birds or the sound of crickets created by rubbing their legs together, or the sound of rain or fresh, flowing water, we all are vulnerable to the aura of nature. In addition to the liveliness, it creates in the lives of all the species that share its benefits, snaps of it are even more overwhelming. Sometimes snaps of its inhabitants are even hilarious. This collection of unskilled-photography of nature’s inhabitants will surely make your day.
These iconic images were shared in a 399.7K member Facebook group called Crap Wildlife Photography. Ranging from a scope of timed-at-the-worst to unfocused photographs, this might not be the best ones you see, but they certainly are hilarious.
#1 Bottoms Up Baby
#2 The Picture Of These Two American Goldfinches Looks Like A Cross Stitch
#3 Aggressive Geese
#4 Mr. Mouse Addressing His Audience
#5 What’s Your Problem?
#6 If 2020 Was An Eagle
#7 This Racoon Though
#8 Hello From The Trashcan!
After seeing this collection, you might want to join the Facebook group to get your daily dose of animals-being-hilarious pics. A simple join request won’t help you get through. You have to answer a short questionnaire if you really want to get through.
Tristen Kennedy, the found of Crap Wildlife Photography actually created the Facebook group when someone in Crap Bird Photography which is another group for birds only, had asked him if there was a distinct one where all animals were admired.
#9 Camouflaging Bunny
#10 By The Way, This Is A Pelican
#11 Scary Egret From Egypt
#12 Oink Oink!
#13 Just An Alligator And Turtle Eating Spaghetti Together
#14 A ‘Majestic’ Red-Tailed Hawk
The Facebook group had a sudden increase in its number of members as joint requests roared up to 26K out of which only 18K were accepted because the rest didn’t answer the questionnaire.
#15 This Sea Anemone Definitely Resembles Something
#16 Notice A Couple Of Little Deer On Top Of This Fence
#17 This Bird Is Quite Unusual
#18 Found This Guy In My Patio!
#19 Ever Wondered What A Penguin Wedding Looks Like?
#20 Curious Elephant Seal Pup
The lack of community groups to share bad shots also contributed to the surge in the number of members. It’s quite a blow when someone posts bad photography among good photography. Having a separate bad photography community is a harmless chance to laugh at your own strange clicks without any downgrading your self-esteem. In addition to the following clicks, don’t forget to check out parts 1, 2, 3, and 4 of the latest additions to the Crappy Wildlife Photography community too.