This is not the first time a dog has stolen the show in a family photo and it sure as heck won’t be the last. We’re going to let this slide because this photobomb is just too cute.
In fact, we don’t need another one. That pretty much beats any future photo that this family will ever take.
Usually, it is other humans who photobomb us exactly when we are trying to take the perfect picture. In this case, it wasn't a fellow tourist but a local pigeon that destroyed the holiday photo.
We have heard that sometimes locals get mad at travelers for taking too much space, but couldn't this local pigeon do something else to demonstrate its frustration?
Not the Head!
Elephants seem to be playful and fun to be around. At least, that's the impression we get from looking at this vacation photo. Taken in South Africa in 2014, the pose the elephant chose for this picture caught the tourist by surprise.
We bet it's a weird feeling to have a trunk on the top of your head, but in our opinion, nothing could have made this picture more memorable and adorable.
Don't Forget About Me
Barnyard animals hanging out are the stuff of children's literature. It's all sweet friendships and important life lessons, right? Well, not if you ask the kitty here.
It appears that the cat thought she was alone up until that point and was content to keep it that way. She's had enough of everyone else's shenanigans. Doggo and Goose wanted to make sure that this was not the case and that they were here to play.
Where Do Babies Come From?
Oh, look at that! It's a stork delivering this baby to her new home! The tales of storks delivering babies date back to the Roman era. Many cultures from the past centuries also saw storks as a symbol of good luck.
In Fact, in nature, storks are known for being very nurturing parents to their offspring, even after they've learned to fly. Maybe this is where the story originates. Besides good fortune, storks have been associated with family values and commitment. Especially in ancient European Cultures.