Have you ever been browsing through your Instagram feed and spotted a gorgeous image that feels incredibly familiar? Well, it turns out that aside from the steady stream of selfies that flood just about everyone’s feed, Instagram users have a huge creativity problem. A new Instagram account called Insta_Repeat has been gathering everyone’s way-too-similar photos and creating hilarious collages that make it clear there’s no room for originality anymore.

“Wander. Roam. Replicate.” is Insta-Repeat’s motto, and the account’s long list of photo mashups is a real treat to browse through. You’ll see photos-of-photos-on-cameras, countless people standing on top of peaks, in front of waterfalls, and in the middle of long tunnels. In short, you’re going to see what everyone thinks makes a great Instagram photo.

Even if you’ve long suspected that Instagram users tend to post the same stuff over and over, it’s kind of mind-blowing to browse so many same-y photos all in one place. There’s something to be said for pleasing aesthetics, but it’s also abundantly clear that Instagram has created a strange photography meta that lots and lots of people are following very closely.

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Tent Hole PT.IX

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The paint-within-the-lines formula means that lots of Instagrammers end up copying each other whether they realize it or not.

The sheer number of “person at the end of a canoe” and “view through my tent opening” photos is hilarious, and just wait until you see the “person on a long bridge” collection.

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Suspension Bridge 🌲 PT.I

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And don’t forget the “view through a cave opening”! That’s a real classic:

This might be the single greatest Instagram account ever created.

Mike Wehner has reported on technology and video games for the past decade, covering breaking news and trends in VR, wearables, smartphones, and future tech. Most recently, Mike served as Tech Editor at The Daily Dot, and has been featured in USA Today, Time.com, and countless other web and print outlets. His love of reporting is second only to his gaming addiction.