Everyone loves a good timelapse, but they don't always go as planned. While a Go-Pro camera was collecting footage for an environmental action video, a marmot popped up to investigate. Soon, majestic mountains, serene lakes, and fluttering clouds all made way a snuffling nose and lens-licking tongue.
This is a story. The story of a young woman, brown of hair and unsure of heart, and her new dress. This is also the story of another woman in the dressing room, heart full of cocaine and smartphone love.
As desirable a lifestyle as sloths live, they're hardly ever cute. This baby sloth however, is the cutest darn thing on the Internet. A group of students were taking a picture in Costa Rica when an upside down sloth crept into the shot and stayed there, giving the picture a hilarious photobomb. [NY Daily News]
Say what you will about the female humanoid that Hillary Clinton has become but don't ever say she doesn't enjoy a good photobomb. When she was posing for a picture in Hawaii, a half naked streaker holding a torch photobombed her picture and Clinton burst out in pure elated joy.
This looks straight out of Finding Nemo or something. A fish randomly popped up in front of the camera right as the photographer snapped the picture. I want you big mouthed, grey skinned, head tilting fish. I want to eat you too. [Reddit]
There's so much I want to find out about this picture. Did he do this on purpose? Was he just waking up? Was he an artist ahead of his time? What was his name? Did his friends find him funny?
Yesterday, a long-exposure photobomb set the internet on fire. Today, creator Anthony Valle shared with Gizmodo his inspiration, aspirations, and who that poor unsuspecting girl is: