Monday, September 26, 2005

Seeing Double

Many apologies for the lack of new material the last several days, but the unfortunate fact is this: lack of recent travel has resulted in a lack of new pictures. In the meantime, consider the following: stereo picture pairs. It's something I learned about in one of my meteorology classes I took in college taught by Dr. Alastair Fraser. What you see are two pictures stitched side by side, but if you look at them just right, they merge into a 3-D stereoscopic picture. For instructions on how to do it, click here (follow the steps for cross-eyed viewing). For best results, click on the picture for the full size version. Good luck, and do let me know if you like it.

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