That’s how a woman summed up her chance encounter with a green iguana that photobombed her while vacationing in Puerto Rico.
Tammy Ricks recently posted the once-in-a-lifetime shot on Instagram of an immature reptile leaping across her path as she posed at El Morro, the 16th century fort in San Juan.
A friend captured the memorable moment when the snap-happy iguana climbed up the citadel’s ancient stone walls and went flying through the air before taking off. (The iguana was later seen sipping a pina colada at the nearby Caribe Hilton.)
“I was shocked because I had no idea that iguanas could jump like that,” Ricks told Lonely Planet, a travel website.
Here in South Florida, residents can relate since we are overrun with iguanas, which surely fascinate and entertain visitors.
Recently, a 7-foot, 150-pound monitor lizard has been terrorizing a home Davie, but so far, it hasn’t tried to get in any family snapshots.