All types of photography are beautiful, but wildlife photography might be one of the most fascinating for its ability to capture animals in their natural habitat.
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However, not all animals require the same level of skill. Birds, for example, require lots of skill in order to shoot the perfect picture because they can just fly away at any second. Other times, maybe you are just trying to take a picture with your loved ones and suddenly you get photobombed by one of these animals.
Whenever there are birds around, you just never know what you are going to get! For this reason, bird photography has turned into one of the most majestic, but also funniest types of photography. Bird pictures can be magical… or maybe just a great and funny memory.
Here is a list of bird pictures that show why they are one of the most unpredictable animals to capture on camera. Enjoy!
1. This is some passport picture material right here.
2. Their momma figured the only way she could take a still picture of them was during nap time (in some unique hammocks)!
3. Life’s a marathon, not a sprint. Oh, wait…
4. Tango lessons are available Monday-Friday brought to you by the dancing seagull!
5. Imagine pointing your camera at the sky and seeing this.
6. We are pretty sure this little buddy is the coolest kid in the neighborhood.
7. Taking a selfie with some cute birds seems fun until one of them decides to fly away.
8. This is the kind of stuff that happens when you’re at a Zoom work meeting.
9. “Act normal. They will never know I’m not like them.”
10. This bird did not follow instructions to stand still for his portrait.
11. The latest gossip is brought to you by this pair of vultures!
12. Look mom, I grew my first tooth!
13. Legs are more comfortable than chairs, right?
14. We don’t know what’s going on here, but we are here for it.
15. This is what true love looks like.
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