These 10 Photos From Our Readers Will Make You Laugh Instantly
From funny-faced owls to family reunions with hilarious themes, these Our Canada readers expertly captured funny moments as they unfolded. Enjoy!
Bad Hair Day
Isabelle Marozzo of Norland, Ont., captured these horses showing off. Photogenic, indeed.
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Please, I Need a Push!
Taking a still photo of an animal is more difficult than it looks. Heather McIlravey’s shot of this cozy squirrel succeeds with flying colours!
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Slip and Slide
This polar bear is loving winter at the Toronto Zoo in an amazing shot from Karen Allin of Mississauga, Ont. She writes, “Who needs a sled when you’re this big?”
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Eyes Wide Open
Cheryl Power of Marystown, N.L., took a photo of this hilarious four-legged friend at the Elmvale Jungle Zoo in Ontario.
Sharon Peters of Three Hills, Alta., writes: “At our family reunion last summer we had a ‘red-neck’ theme. We were all encouraged to come dressed in our interpretation of what red-neck would look like. This picture of our daughter and her family, in costume, always makes me laugh!”
The Great Orator
Squirrels are such funny creatures, aren’t they? Thanks to Guylaine McGuire of Dartmouth, N.S., for sharing!
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Petunias for Breakfast
According to photographer Joyce Stolte of Edmonton, it turns out it wasn’t the kids next store pulling pranks, but these hungry creatures instead.
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Partners in Crime
According to photographer Erla McCormick of Sarnia, Ont., Chewbacca and Harley had not seen each other for three weeks when this was taken. It sure looks like the reunion was a happy one!
When Nature Calls
As this photograph by Helen Rempel of Portage La Prairie, Man., shows, when you have to go, you have to go!