Unexpected Failed Wildlife Photos and One of Those Can be Yours

Wildlife photography is all about the raw nature of animals, the way they behave being revealed to the world in the most perfect way possible. Today we’re talking about “competition” where you, the most nooby photographer can battle out and win against the professional! The prize may not be rich but the glory among humorous folks will be forever! Facebook group “Crap Wildlife Photography,” brings all the fails to the yard, publishing the most ridiculous ones, the most terrific opportunities that are missed due to unfortunate photo bombing or out of focus shots. Sometimes photos come with a twist that the photographer wasn’t prepared for and therefore they qualify for the infamous group even though the shots are amazing like the dancing birds below!

In case this list got you all warmed up for the real deal we’ve covered so many top professional wildlife photography competitions, and here are just some of them for you to enjoy: Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards Year 2019, the year 2018, the year 2017, Wildlife of Canada and the U.S. by Kevin Biskaborn.

More info: Facebook – “Crap Wildlife Photography

“I Can Show You The World”

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Source: Michelle Sobek

Facebook group “Crap Wildlife Photography,” is a special place for photography.

Source: Jenna Lindquist

“I Spent Thousands Of Dollars And Several Days To Get A Chance To Photograph A Great White Shark. Here It Is”

Source: Kevin Lamb
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Source: Mark Oertel

So…you chose death.

Source: Riley Sophia Penaluna

Regular drilling bird

Source: Daniel Cadieux
Source: Martina Andrés

Dancing birds jumping with joy!

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Source: Oliver Hornberger
Source: Wendy Reyn
Source: Madi Hagen

“This Guy Pecks On Our Door Almost Daily And Brings Offerings Of Bugs Snakes And Lizards”

Source: Justin Singleton
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Source: Michelle Schwartz
Source: Roelant Siekman
Source: Carly Muench

How?

Source: Sheldon Grant

Just a termite mound…

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Source: Mike Redding

Cocoon placed well.

Source: Carolina Wolf, via [boredpanda]