Even though most of the tourists who visit the United States focus on visiting the large metropolitan centers such as New York or Miami, the country has far more interesting landscapes away from the big cities. This is demonstrated by the photographer Douglas Stratton, who captured surreal images of Utah and Arizona.
The photographs snapped by him exploit the holes that have formed naturally in the rocks of the region and turns them into great frameworks for the landscape. To compose the images, he spent three years trekking in the area and discovering their best angles.
The result is breathtaking: