John & Anne Wiley

2013/01/30

Doubling

I’m going to double down on the 3D craze this one more time, because I really like these ones. In case you just tuned in and don’t know how to see these in 3D, take a look at the previous post below where I describe how to do it. Anyway, when I fixed this one it went from a vague 3D effect to accentuated points.

2539 3D Points

2539 3D Points

As with most of my pix here, you can click on the image to see a larger version. Especially nice with these 3D ones because you can see more detail and a stronger 3D effect. I’ve found it easier to see in 3D on smaller images, so if you start with it as-is and can do it then you might want to click and try again or even look at the ones on my Photo Page and work your way up to full size there. Scenes like this can be even more soothing in 3D.

2570 3D Pastoral

2570 3D Pastoral

Then there are boulders like this, their texture made so much richer by the depth of shape we see when flying slowly past them.

2620 3D Solid

2620 3D Solid

I hope you’ve been able to see these in 3D, and that they may help you experience the joy of flight a little more. But if not, I’ll probably return to flat images again in the next post and try to resist posting any more 3D pix unless one really grabs me and I have to share. 🙂

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