Sunday, February 18, 2007

 

This, that, and more!

Cross-viewing stereo pair versions of the anaglyph versions (as seen in previous post).

View in 3-D
without glasses:


1) Click on images to enlarge.

2) View the stereo pair straight on and from a distance of about 2-feet from your screen.

3) Cross or converge your eyes a bit until you see three virtual images. [NOTE: If you don't cross or converge enough, you will only see two images. If you cross too much, you may see four images.]

4) With all three images in your line of sight, stare at the center image. It will be in 3-D. If at first you don't succeed, be patient and try again. The results are well worth the effort.


[TOP PHOTO] Barn and cholla cactus, Antelope Valley Indian Museum grounds, Piutte Butte in background. Near Lake Los Angeles, California.

© Abe Perlstein.




Cholla cactus, Antelope Valley Indian Museum grounds. Near Lake Los Angeles, California.
© Abe Perlstein.







My dear friend and fellow adventurer, Pat, in rocks and dunes adjacent to Antelope Valley Indian Museum grounds, near Lake Los Angeles, California.

© Abe Perlstein.







Rock formations and dunes adjacent to Antelope Valley Indian Museum grounds, near Lake Los Angeles, California.

© Abe Perlstein.









Piutte Butte and Antelope Valley Indian Museum grounds, near Lake Los Angeles, California.

© Abe Perlstein.








Custom home, Antelope Valley, California.

© Abe Perlstein.










Abandoned compound and Joshua trees, High Desert, northeast of Los Angeles, California.

© Abe Perlstein.









Bob's Hi-Way Service, High Desert, northeast of Los Angeles, California.

© Abe Perlstein.






Roadside shrine, High Desert, northeast of Los Angeles, California.
© Abe Perlstein.









Easy Rest Inn, High Desert, northeast of Los Angeles, California.

© Abe Perlstein.










Abandoned settler's cabin, High Desert, northeast of Los Angeles, California.

© Abe Perlstein.








Abandoned green shack, High Desert, northeast of Los Angeles, California.

© Abe Perlstein.








Abandoned green shack and grafitti, High Desert, northeast of Los Angeles, California.

© Abe Perlstein.












Pat inside abandoned green shack, High Desert, northeast of Los Angeles, California.
© Abe Perlstein.












There's no place like home, High Desert, northeast of Los Angeles, California.

© Abe Perlstein.







Entrance to Los Osos Oaks State Preserve, Los Osos, California.

© Abe Perlstein.








Eric soaks in upper hot mineral pool, Gaviota Hot Springs, Santa Barbara County, California.
© Abe Perlstein.









Costume jewelry emporium, Santa Barbara, California.

© Abe Perlstein.















Southwest portion of Morro Rock, Morro Bay, California.

© Abe Perlstein.












Old Latimer Cemetary, Bloomfield, Connecticut.
© Abe Perlstein.









Railroad tracks, Bloomfield, Connecticut.

© Abe Perlstein.











Jesus, Sacred Heart Church, Bloomfield, Connecticut.

© Abe Perlstein.













Bench, Filley Pond, Bloomfield, Connecticut.

© Abe Perlstein.











Sign, frozen Filley Pond skating area, Bloomfield, Connecticut.

© Abe Perlstein.








My friend, Jon, Wintonbury Golf Course, Bloomfield, Connecticut.

© Abe Perlstein.











Golf ball sitting atop frozen pond, Wintonbury Golf Course, Bloomfield, Connecticut.
© Abe Perlstein.











Drummer Boy statue, Bloomfield Town Green, Bloomfield, Connecticut.
© Abe Perlstein.
















Filley House (1834), Bloomfield, Connecticut.
© Abe Perlstein.










Filley House (1834), Bloomfield, Connecticut.
© Abe Perlstein.












Frozen brook spilling out of Lake Louise, Penwood State Park, Bloomfield, Connecticut.
© Abe Perlstein.



















Boardwalk across wetland by Lake Louise, Penwood State Park, Bloomfield, Connecticut.
© Abe Perlstein.
















Dead End, Andrea Lane, Bloomfield, Connecticut.
© Abe Perlstein.








Drummer Boy statue and First Congregational Church (1858), Bloomfield, Connecticut.
© Abe Perlstein.

For interesting historical information about this church, visit:
http://www.fccbloomfield.org/page4.html





Former Bloomfield Farmers Market and rail depot, Bloomfield, Connecticut.
© Abe Perlstein.












Loading dock at former Bloomfield Farmers Market and rail depot, Bloomfield, Connecticut.
© Abe Perlstein.














Railroad track siding behind former Bloomfield Farmers Market, Bloomfield, Connecticut.
© Abe Perlstein.












Central Coast Outdoors Photo Eco Tour participant, Craig, Morro Bay Sand Spit, Morro Bay, California.
© Abe Perlstein.








For more informations about reserving your very own Central Coast Outdoors Photo Eco Tour led by guide and photographer Abe Perlstein in varied Central Coast environments, please visit these links:

http://www.centralcoastoutdoors.com/photoeco.html
http://www.backbayinn.com/special.asp
http://www.cliffsresort.com/specials/view.html?ID=398

or e-mail Abe directly at ap3dguy@Gmail.com





Native grasses, Morro Bay Sand Spit, Morro Bay, California.
© Abe Perlstein.













Dunescape, Morro Bay Sand Spit, Morro Bay, California.
© Abe Perlstein.

















Springs, San Luis Obispo, California.
© Abe Perlstein.









Wooden sculpture, San Luis Obispo, California.
© Abe Perlstein.







Wetlands along Foothill Bl and red barn, San Luis Obispo, California.
© Abe Perlstein.











Crespi Trail and Hollister Peak, Cabrillo Trails Area, Morro Bay State Park, Morro Bay, California.
© Abe Perlstein.











Wild grasses sprout atop ancient live oak tree, Crespi Trail, Cabrillo Trails Area, Morro Bay State Park, Morro Bay, California.
© Abe Perlstein.













Crespi Trail and Hollister Peak, Cabrillo Trails Area, Morro Bay State Park, Morro Bay, California.
© Abe Perlstein.














Lichen in live oak tree, Crespi Trail, Cabrillo Trails Area, Morro Bay State Park, Morro Bay, California.
© Abe Perlstein.





[BELOW] Lichen in live oak tree, Crespi Trail, Cabrillo Trails Area, Morro Bay State Park, Morro Bay, California.
© Abe Perlstein.




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