"Stopped by the Tontitown Grape Festival!" she captioned her sweetly smiling pic. "Spent $5 on a game I never had a chance of winning, but memories are priceless! 🤗🎡 #smalltowngirl"
But eagle-eyed fans noticed two girls in the backdground were "wearing" some very odd looking clothes, almost as if they had been clone stamped on. The designer/artist had even chosen two different patterns for the oblivious models.
"It catches your eye as soon as you look at the picture," one follower wrote. "If Jana doesn't want to share a photo that shows people whom she considers to be dressed immodestly then that's absolutely fine, it is her page and she is allowed to share what she sees fit, but what is not acceptable is imposing her own personal standards on other people without their consent... by editing their appearance in such a way."
"Blur the background of the photo so you can't tell what anyone is wearing, or just take another photo altogether. It is not difficult. The Duggars expect to have their beliefs and standards respected, to not extend the same basic courtesy to other people is hypocritical to say the least."
Another accused: "Wow... altered this photo to make the girls behind you have modest clothing on."
A third added: "Don't think people are blind enough to fall for your joke of a photoshop. If you can't handle the clothing that other people wear, then stop going out in public. Or at least just crop them out of your picture instead of indirectly shaming and disrespecting them."