Photographer Randy Scott Slavin turns the world into a surreal blend of perspectives in his series Alternate Perspectives 1 and Alternate Perspectives 2.
He composes these spherical shots by taking around a hundred or so pictures of a place, which he then stitches together to create 360 panoramas (and if you've seen 'Interstellar' recently then this might look familiar to you).
Everything from natural landscapes to urban cities get turned into surreal images, which warp the scenery into stunning tunneled versions using a digital technique known as stereographic projection.
Check out some images below and you can find more on his Facebook page.
Pictures: Randy Scott Slavin