I couldn’t think of any. Perhaps those that we take by accident with an unlocked phone, or when our film camera is loaded and primed and loose in a bag.
The thing about the meaning of photographs though is that it’s not just the meaning that we as photographers intend for them, but also the meaning that viewers take away from looking at our work. We can’t do anything about this, even if we didn’t mean to take the photograph. So even if a photograph wasn’t intended to express or communicate anything, a viewer will probably construct some meaning, even if the meaning was that the photograph was probably taken by accident.