Taking a family photo where everyone looks equally good and no one’s looking away or blinking is hard, not to say almost impossible. You’re probably familiar with this phenomenon – whenever we attempt to take a family photo or a photo with a group of friends, there has to be at least one person who’s either blinking or making a weird face, and it requires 18 takes to get a good photo.
Well, the same thing goes for dogs. It’s nearly impossible to take a good photo of a group of dog, without having one of them look away, blink or lick their face. In every one of those frames, at least one dog is either looking away, sticks his tongue out or otherwise being silly. Perhaps there isn’t such thing as “the perfect photo” and we should all give up on the idea.