How's your Monday going? While I'm not psychic, I'm willing to guess it's probably going better than this Weather Channel camera-person's day. Check out this hilarious example of what happens when all your preparation and planning for that one shot is ruined by something you never saw coming.
We've all been there: some epic event is going to occur. You've planned your shot down to every last detail: settings are dialed in and the composition is set, when all of a sudden, a giant bus pulls into the shot two seconds before everything unfolds, only to pull away in some sort of ironic twist of the knife as soon as the excitement dies down. That's exactly what happened this morning when the Weather Channel tried to live-stream the implosion of the Georgia Dome, as you can see above.
I have to admit that I was torn between laughing as the operator futilely whisper-screamed "No, bus!" and feeling sympathy for them as they watched their one and only chance for the money shot ruined at the last possible second. I've certainly had my fair share of shots destroyed by things and/or people I never saw coming, and my reaction normally has a large proportion of words that need to be bleeped out as well. Alas, such is the life. Happy Monday!