Ugh, don’t you just hate it when someone shares pictures of you hanging out at the beach that haven’t been cast over by your creative eye?
We’re talking about a genuine candid, free of any posing and smizing, when you had already chosen you exact set-up for the perfect laidback plandid.
This fuzzy cow feels your pain.
A highland cow was photographed strolling along Clachtoll beach in Lochinver, Scotland, while clearly scoping out the ideal backdrop for its Instagram thirstraps.
Clearly without a decent Instagram husband, the cow was instead photographed by Margaret Harrison, 52, who said it was the first time she’d seen a highland cow taking a paddle in the sea.
Thankfully, the cow still slayed it. Look at those beachy waves. That pose. The powerful look to the camera.
‘I have been visiting the area for years – we have a static caravan there,’ said Margaret.
‘It was the Easter holidays and it was a gorgeous day. You often see cows on the beach but not normally that near the water.
‘I was just leaving the beach as the cow walked down to the water, so I decided to follow it and get some pictures, and then it started eating the seaweed.
‘It was absolutely lovely – there was no one around.’
Oh, so as well as taking pictures Margaret just spilled the cow’s snacking habits. Can they have some privacy, please?
Do enjoy the cow’s artful, totally unplanned, photoshoot below.
If you don’t love me when I’m eating seaweed alone…
…You don’t deserve me when my Instagram likes reach the triple digits
This one’s Facebook cover photo worthy
We bow to you, ruler of beach photoshoots.
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