March 08, 2016

Athens Photo Fails

Here we go again! Time for another installment of photo fails - the awkward, the funny, and the merely not-so perfect. These photos are from our May 2015 visit to Athens, Greece.

I am a unicorn. A Greek unicorn.
... in which I contemplate a tree for some unknown reason.
A photo of taking a photo. #FirstWorldProblems

It's ok. I don't like the right side of my face either.

Say cheese! Or just stand there awkwardly. Same difference.

Nothing says "seasoned traveler" quite like striking a nonchalant pose by a random rock while sporting some snazzy shades.

Photo fail - where you try to get an artsy shot where the grass in the foreground is fuzzy and the temple in the distance is in focus.

"Hey! Let's take a picture of these random circular wheel-y things, but not write down what they are so we can never explain them!"

No photo fail here. I was totally creeping on my hottie hubby. ;)

Do you have some favorite photo "fails" from your travels?

Check out our photo fails from Prague and Paris!

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  1. Hehe I love these posts. Although some of the photos don't look too bad to me! I can never master the art of taking photos where part of it is blurred (whether the foreground or background). I have a pretty nice camera, but I can never get it to do that! And I also have way too many pictures of random strange things that i don't bother to find out what they are. So they never get to see the light of day. haha.

  2. Haha! I love the unicorn one :) This is a great post idea!

  3. I agree with Anna, some of these are not fails! but it's okay.. haha & the focus thing totally happens to me too!

  4. What did we ever do before digital? We take a lot of photos and many end up just like the above :) But sometimes they end up being the most interesting photos, right?

    Frank (bbqboy)

  5. Thank goodness for digital cameras!!! I love your photo fail posts, so honest and so funny! Thanks for linking up with us, Katrina! :)


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