Travel blogger recreates vacation snaps at home with hilarious results

Travel blogger creates vacation photos at home with fun results

A travel blogger recreated vacation photos at home during the coronavirus pandemic – with funny results. Sharon Waugh of Cape Town, South Africa replicated dreamy photos posted by bloggers in distant places from the comfort of their homes, using household items like toilet paper and an ironing board as improvised props. In the snapshot above, she leans over her bedspread-wrapped kitchen window to copy a brood image shared by an influencer in a hotel room. Scroll to see more …

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Board during lockdown? Travel blogger Sharon Waugh (right) recreated popular poses from influencers on vacation. Here an ironing board becomes a surfboard.

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Getting to the Taj Mahal is difficult at the moment, so Sharon made her own version of toilet paper rolls for this snapshot.

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From the top of the lake to the top of the bed. Sharon joked that practicing vacation picture poses would be a great way for the travel diners to deal with the coronavirus.

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Instead of exotic foliage, Sharon used a trusted potted plant in her bedroom to recreate this influencer’s pose.

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Yoga that! Sharon showed that when the sun goes down you can still do yoga in your home window.

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Sharon restored the familiar “Follow Me Around the World” couple picture and invited her Instagram fans to follow her into her kitchen.

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Due to the coronavirus crisis, camping may not be accessible for some people. But with her creativity, Sharon built a pillow fortress in her living room.

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Against the backdrop of her pillow fortress, Sharon recreated the heart above your head posture, minus the breathtaking sunset …

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Instead of posing in front of murals, Sharon used her refrigerator to recreate this blogger’s image.

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Uninterrupted View: Sharon said virtual museum tours during the lockdown meant she could appreciate the Mona Lisa without facing a crowd.

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In another moment, Sharon restores a blogger with her feet up high in a dreamy place – except that Sharon’s version of her backyard looked at her backyard with a decidedly different perspective. But Sharon notes that the lockdown made people more appreciative of whatever outdoor space they have.

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