Insta Captions for Pics of You Lounging in the Backyard

While we've recently had a little more freedom to get outside of the house and stretch our legs, our backyards are still our favorite place to retreat to for a little slice of escape.

As we continue practicing social distancing all summer long, we plan to spend a lot of time in our backyards this season. If you're thinking of doing the same, don't be afraid to share your getaway close to home with the help of these Instagram captions.

For that quiet, tranquil moment of peace captured just behind your home:

"Beauty lies in your own backyard."

-Juliet M. Samson


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For that unexpected discovery that took place right outside your window:

"There is nothing quite so delightfully mysterious as a secret in your own backyard."

-Patrick Rothfuss


For your the selfie from your backyard at your laziest and loungiest:

"The girl was in the backyard, minding her own business."

-Darren Moloney


For the pic of you building out your lovely little garden in the backyard:

"To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow."

-Audrey Hepburn


For when you're stuck in your backyard hammock and there's no need for you to get unstuck:

"A hammock is like a giant net for catching lazy people."

-Jim Gaffigan


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For when pure bliss is the simple act of sipping a smoothie in the yard:

"You can journey to the ends of the earth in search of success, but if you're lucky, you will discover happiness in your own backyard."

-Russell Conwell


For when you've transformed your own backyard into an exotic getaway:

"You don't have to travel far to travel."

-Annie Bishop


For that photo montage of all of the striking, fancy images you've taken of your yard:

"The world of your photography is limitless—just like your backyard."

-Nick Kelsh


For showing the post-renovation beauty behind your home:

"Happiness lies in our own backyard, but it's probably well hidden by crabgrass."


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For when you get hands-on with tending to the spaces that matter to you:

"I feel a responsibility to my backyard. I want it to be taken care of and protected."

-Annie Leibovitz


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For when the beauty of the great outdoors makes you wax poetic:

"Nature poets can't walk across the backyard without tripping over an epiphany."

-Christian Wiman


Want to go on an adventure without leaving the comfort of home? Click HERE for a list of the things you need to camp in your own backyard.