“My husband and mother were trying to take a picture with our three daughters at Iguazú Falls in Argentina. The middle child was loving it, but the sun was too bright for the youngest, and the oldest…well, keep looking and you’ll spot her. When we finally looked over the photos days later, we could not stop laughing at her face and hand held out looking for help!”
(submitted by Robin)
“I lived in Luxembourg as a kid so my family did a lot of traveling in the five years we lived there. I was going through some old family photos this weekend and found the ones from our trip to Italy. In looking through the pictures, it was obvious that my siblings and I were not happy campers on this trip as we all refused to smile in every picture. However, this picture and the look on my face says it all! I’m sure my Dad thought it was hilarious to have his eight-year-old daughter pose in front of a fat naked man sitting on a turtle.
The statue is ‘The Fountain of Bacchus’, sculpted in 1560 by Valerio Cioli. He used Duke Cosimo I’s court dwarf as the model for Bacchus. If you want to see the statue today, or take your own picture with it, it’s at the Boboli Gardens in Florence, Italy.”
(submitted by Shelly)
“I was taking pictures of my sister and her new baby at the beach and caught this cute moment between them. Or so I thought. Then I noticed the two people bending over with their butts in the air right between my sister’s and her baby’s faces.”
(submitted by Jackie)