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People Share Their Hilarious Travel Photos That Are Memorable But In A Different Way

When we’re on vacation, we like to take a few photos to keep the memories alive and to share our adventures in the most beautiful and fascinating places on the planet with our friends and relatives. The essence of a destination is captured in good travel photography, whether it’s beautiful panoramas, diverse communities, architectural wonders, historical sites, or a beautiful mountain that is the subject of the photograph. When we travel, we snap photographs to help us remember the feelings we had when we saw the most breathtaking sights.


Let’s pretend for a moment that you have been traveling or hiking for days and have finally arrived at your destination. You look around and notice that something doesn’t feel quite right. It turns out that you’ve been hiking for days in order to see the summit of a mountain, or that your view of the Eiffel Tower has been obscured by bad weather. What are you going to do? Alternatively, when you have finally arrived at your location and the weather is ideal, but no one has taken a nice photograph of you.

Those amusing instances when people have flown across the world and absolutely failed to capture its beauty in a photograph, moments when they might have discovered more heritage in their local farmers market than that blurry photo of the monuments, are all too frequent. This collection of disappointing vacation images is amusing; these folks recognize the irony of flying hundreds of miles to view something that is either obscured by fog or undergoing maintenance at the time of their visit.

1. Well… That is a view to remember.

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“Flew to another continent to watch the Glacier 3000”

2. Is “Grand Canyon” having a game of hide and seek with this poor man?

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“Got to see the ‘SCENIC’ Grand Canyon in all its fog glory”

3. That’s a honeymoon to treasure.

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“Wife and I visited the Eiffel Tower for our honeymoon”

4. They definitely got to see “rakotzbrücke”

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“Rented a car and took a 2-hour drive outside of Berlin to see die rakotzbrücke just to discover the whole area is under construction”

5. In any case, it’s still a lovely picture!

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“Took a 6-hour coach journey to see the view from Hitler’s Eagles Nest”

6. At least she captured their faces!

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“After our 9-hour car ride, this is the picture my mom took of us at Mt. Rushmore”

7. Making memories in the fog.

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“Woke up at 2.30 AM to make a 2-hour drive up 10000 feet to see the sunrise atop Haleakala”

8. Now they should just see it from google pictures.

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“Visited St. Louis for the first time and was told I had to see the famous Gateway Arch…”

9. This picture should be framed!

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“My dad took a photo of me at Machu Picchu”

10. The most memorable first time!

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“My moms first time visiting Paris”

11. Pointing towards a spectacular view indeed.

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“My parents got to visit Mt. Rushmore today for the first time”

12. They should imagine that they’re floating on a cloud!

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“The view from my 65th floor ‘Grand Times Square View’ hotel room”

13. Well… this just sucks!

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“Finally got to see Big Ben”

14. That picture looks like it came straight out of a music video!

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“After several hours of walking, I was awarded with this magnificent view from the Pulpit Rock, Norway”

15. Beautiful people, beautiful locations, and inconvenient weather.

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“Go to the Golden Gate Bridge they said. Get there early they said”

16. All that climbing for what?!

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“Climbed to the top of mt Fuji to see sunrise at 0430”

17. They mist the wiew!

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“Mt. Everest view at a peak in Nepal”

18. The fog got there before him!

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“Mt. Everest view at a peak in Nepal”

19. Gotta fog’et and move on now!

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“Travelled 2,000+ miles to Mt. Rushmore”

20. A room with a view, they said!

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“Went on vacation and paid extra for a room with a view of the mountains. No one mentioned that the snowplow ran right outside our window”

Taking a vacation is a great way to relieve stress since it allows you to get away from the daily grind. Experiencing new places, meeting new people, and taking part in activities and experiences arouses curiosity and joy in people. When you travel, you learn to better yourself and deal with life’s challenges. So, when you’re traveling, don’t let the little things like a ruined photo or hazy weather get to you! Share your trip experiences with us.


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