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People Claim Travel Blogger Has Same Clouds In Photos Of Different Locations

Jake Massey

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People Claim Travel Blogger Has Same Clouds In Photos Of Different Locations

I dunno about you, but whenever I come across a travel blogger in my social feeds, I have to tell myself their lives can't possibly be as good as they seem.

After all, it is only natural to be overcome with jealousy when faced with someone who makes a living by pottering about the planet and taking nice pictures.

However, while we come to expect filters and touch-ups, it's been suggested that one travel blogger's pics contain a conspicuous theme.

In a tweet, Matt Navarra pointed out that in Tupi Saravia's snaps, the clouds always appear to be the same. Whether the Argentinian blogger is photographed in Indonesia, Italy or Thailand, the clouds above her appear to be remarkably similar.

Mr Navarra subsequently credited Twitter user @SantiLishi with making him aware of the reoccurring cloud formations in a tweet in which they shared a selection of Tupi's photos, along with the caption: "No matter where you travel, it is always followed by the same cloud."

Tupi's Instagram is private, however, people were clearly convinced by what they saw in the tweets and were quick to joke about the blogger and her favourite filter.

One person said: "Those clouds are loyal followers."

Another said: "She's able to influence consumers and weather patterns."

However, others cast a dark cloud over the whole thing.

One person said: "To be serious for a sec, isn't this kinda strange behaviour? It goes to prove that the digital world and the real world really are night and day. I'm becoming more and more cynical (getting old!!) towards online 'influencers' - I think it's a bubble, that will eventually go pop."

Another agreed: "This really bums me out. There's so many people who want what she has: a fabricated online reality."

But others argued that simply adding a few clouds to a pic was hardly distorting reality in a harmful way and is actually quite common practice.

Wherever you stand on Tupi's apparent penchant for a cloud filter, I think we can all agree that her life looks better than ours - clouds or no clouds.

LADbible has contacted Tupi for comment.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/Tupisaravia

Topics: Viral, Instagram, World News

Jake Massey
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