Marie and i have been taking stereo ("3-D") photos for years. Normally a special viewer is required, but here are a few samples that can be viewed using the "cross-eye" method on a decent size screen (PC, laptop or tablet - doubt that this'll work well on a phone). Look at the center of a photo pair, then slowly start to cross your eyes until the left and right images merge there - you should see it in 3D. I would recommend against spending an inordinate amount of time doing so, as some comfort could eventually ensue. Enjoy!
Hint: In general, the larger you make these (by maximizing the browser window and/or increasing the zoom size), the more dramatic the effect will be. However, if you find it difficult to view these, reducing the size may help.
Shrewsbury, England (from our September 2015 vacation)
The Pine Barrens of southern New Jersey (on the return trip from our September 2011 vacation in Cape May)
Mount Hope Cemetery, Rochester NY
Great Falls, Paterson NJ
My best catch ever, from Lake John, Pennsylvania
Rochester Castle, England
Our cat Chloe
Interior of covered bridge in Hamden, NY
A King Midget (a 1960's street-legal one cylinder car) at a local auto show
Marie with her sister Pat on Pat's lakeside deck
The family gathered for a Passover dinner
My grandfather Abe Stern also took stereo photos (and was a musician like myself); here he is in 1954 playing a tenor guitar
Last updated 5 December 2015
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