When you’re stuck at home and you have a lot of time on your hands, you improvise.

And that’s exactly what a travel photographer named Erin Sullivan is doing during this worldwide health crisis. Sullivan is used to traveling all over the world and sharing her experiences with people, but, since she is home for the time being like the rest of us, she’s decided to use her time to create stunning “nature” photos only using household objects.

And her creations really are amazing!

Let’s take a look at some of her work. Be sure to flip through each Instagram post so you can see how Sullivan created these great images.

1. Sailing the seas of asparagus.

That is amazing!


2. Lovers in the great outdoors.

Great colors in this one.


3. Exploring some caves.

Truly magnificent work!


4. Some relaxing time for fishing.

Always a great getaway.


5. Enjoying some stargazing.

Jut look up into the night sky.


6. Trudging through the canyons.

All that from some paper.


7. I love this one.

And, yes, I wish broccoli forests really existed.


8. Paddling out of an ice cave.

Just makes me say BRRRRRRRR.


9. Makes me want to hike…

And eat pancakes…


10. The Great Chocolate Hills.

Pretty amazing how she can make these photos look so great.


11. An oasis of parsley.

I can’t wait to get back to some REAL nature very soon.


Those are great, but I’m sure Sullivan is ready to get back her regular globe of traveling around the world.

Do you know of any other really impressive Instagram accounts we should follow?

If so, please share them with us in the comments!