The ultimate staycation! Travel blogger recreates holiday snaps at home in rather less glamorous fashion during lockdown
- Sharon Waugh, from South Africa, recreated glamour holidays snaps at home
- Travel influencer has visited 57 countries but had stay home due to Covid-19
- With household items and dose of humour, reproduced common holiday poses
Travel restrictions mean that influencers who ususally fill their social media feeds with glamorous shots from far-flung locations are left struggling for content, but one has come up with an ingenious solution.
Sharon Waugh, from Cape Town, South Africa, has put her time in lockdown to good use by recreateing popular poses struck by influencers on Instagram – such as the ubiquitous #FollowMeTo pose of a girl leading her partner by the hand.
Using household items like toilet role to create the Taj Mahal, and building a fort with the sofa and cushions in her flat, she poked fun at the idea of being on an exotic holiday.
Posting the pictures side-by-side with original snaps from 2019 on Bored Panda, Sharon joked practising holidays poses would help travel-obsessed people deal with the current travel restrictions.
The travel-enthusiast, who’s visited 57 countries and counting, could be seen posing next to her ironing board instead of an actual surf board.
In another snap, she leans over to her kitchen window wrapped in her duvet to replicate a broody picture shared by an influencer in a hotel room.
Scroll down for more examples of Sharon’s work.
Board during lockdown? Sharon Waugh, from Cape Town, South Africa, put her time to good use and recreated popular poses struck by influencers on Instagram. Here, an ironing board becomes a surf board
Instead of posing in front of murals, Sharon got to use her fridge in order to recreate the glamorous picture
When the Taj Mahal is not open for visit and you can’t take a picture in front of it, you can always create your own version with loo roll
Sharon used her duvet and perched on her kitchen’s windowsill in order to recreate another influencer’s glamourous hotel room snap
Due to the coronavirus crisis, camping might be unattainable for some people. But using her creativity, Sharon build a pillow fort in her living-room
Instead of exotic foliage, Sharon used a trusty pot plant in her bedroom to recreate this influencer’s pose
From the top of the lake to the top of the bed. Sharon joked practicing holiday picture pose would be a good way for the travel obsessed to cope with lockdown
Yoga this! Sharon showed you could still immortalise yourself doing yoga at sunset from your room window
Recreating the well-known ‘follow me around the world’ couple picture, Sharon invited her Instagram fans to follow her into her kitchen
Using her pillow fort as a backdrop, Sharon recreated the heart over your head pose from the comfort of her home
Sharon noted that time at home also meant less people crowding museums and appreciated the fact she could see the Mona Lisa on her computer without facing a crowd of people
Lockdown has made people more appreciative of any outdoor space they had, like their terrace
From swimsuits to onesies! Sharon replicated this sexy pose, wearing a unicorn onesies, as people ditched fancy clothes for pjs