Thursday, April 06, 2006
You don't see THIS every day.
To view this anaglyph stereo image, you will need a pair of red-and-cyan-tinted glasses. Order free a sample pair. Instructions on previous anaglyph posts.
---> Click on image to enlarge.
About these deer: They were either marking their territory, or they had just finished a round of draft Guiness and it was time to go. Literally.
Three D, Three P
To view in 3-D without glasses, first click on the image to enlarge. Then, from about 1 1/2 to 2-feet from your screen, with your eyes perpendicular to the image, cross or converge your eyes until the pair of images become three images. Stare at the center image. It will be in 3-D. If at first you'd on't succeed, try again. The visual reward is well worth the effort.
No, these are not kangaroos. These are three deer who were strolling the Morro Bay National Estuary "sand spit"---- a 5-mile long barrier dune system protecting the back bay from the open ocean---when they looked at me, looked at each other, looked at me again, looked at each other again, then squated and urinated simultaneously. What a pisser!
A version of this image will soon be the cover of the May/June 2006 issue of STEREO WORLD MAGAZINE, North America's premier stereoscopic imaging journal [ www.stereoview.org/stereoworld.html] . The accompanying article written by Ray Zone along with the portfolio, provided by Yours Truly will be lots of fun.