Our Canada Theme Pic Challenge: Photobomb!
Some people (and pets!) love to steal the spotlight—especially when it’s least expected! Here are the 10 most surprising photobombs captured by our readers.
The Best View of All
When it comes to photobombs, it doesn’t get much better than this! Tammy Green of Harrington Harbour, Que., sent us this photo of her cute dog Tucker stealing the spotlight while admiring their beautiful little village. Thanks for sharing, Tammy!
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Home Sweet Home
Speaking of cute photobombs, Heather Loewen of Lloydminster, Alta., really nailed the vibe of April’s Theme Pic Challenge with this adorable shot.
Father and Son
Unlike other cats, lions are generally very social animals, and photographer Norma Keith’s snapshot of a lion cub stealing all the attention definitely proves it!
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Photographer Nicole Watson of Kingston, Ont., managed to capture a Canadian goose being photobombed by a beaver! It doesn’t get more Canadian than this!
Deb Sandau of Red Deer, Alta., was taking some nature photographs when the wind picked up and the gorgeous Canadian flag decided to steal the spotlight.
Karen Frobisher of Winnipeg writes: “When visiting Nara, Japan, I finally warmed up to the deer that wandered the area and had my picture taken with one. Little did I know that I would be photobombed!”
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Kevin Leahy of Taber, Alta., writes: “Recently we were out for a last chance snowshoe in the Crowsnest Pass. We stopped to rest on a log and took a selfie. Our Silver Lab Jeb photo bombed and it made for a great family photo!”
The Great Outdoors
Photographer Sheri Emerson Sanders of Labrador City, N.L. stumbled upon some elk in Elkford, B.C. She writes: “I was taking a picture of the glorious male elk and didn’t notice the photobomb by one of the females at the bottom of the frame!”
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Wendy Wever of Sarnia, Ont. was taking a picture of the city’s Bluewater Bridge when a sneaky gull decided to photobomb her!
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The Odd Couple
Karen Cook of Kingston, N.S., writes: “I love to capture the beauty of the male ring-necked pheasant’s feathers in the sun, but this little chipmunk was determined to get in on the action!” Thanks for sharing, Karen!