Selfies. Easy to take but hard to master.
Some people believe that there is a fine art to the skill.
Others, sometimes by luck, manage to pull off a masterpiece that has the whole internet entranced.
That's exactly what happened to Australian sheep farmer Lance Partridge who, according to Bored Panda, was taught the technique by his daughter.
Lance, along with his extremely photogenic dogs (and one sheep), snapped four selfies which his daughter then uploaded to Facebook and the results speak for themselves.
The images, which were taken last year, have now spread far and wide with comments praising the pureness of the photos and the love the dogs are displaying.
Australian website The Land quote Lance as saying:
I don’t even know how to use Facebook, let alone how to like something.
My daughter uploaded the photo onto Facebook and then it started being shared.
However, Lance isn't interested in a celebrity lifestyle - he only took the pictures to commemorate the beard he had grown.
I am a little embarrassed because there are a lot of people talking about it.
I was just taking photos of my beard because I had been playing a hillbilly in a musical society production and my wife wouldn't let me keep it.
I definitely won’t be letting my daughter get my phone again.
HT Bored Panda