Here is a selection of the 3D photographs I've taken over the years. There
are a few others in the taking 3D photos
and viewing 3D photos tutorials.
Tourist Spots - Europe.Colchester castle, Colchester, England. Yes, that is a tree growing out of the tower on the left.
Image size: 2 x approx. 11K.
Saint Paul's Cathedral,
West from the dome.
Duomo and Battistero from the Leaning Tower.
Rooftops of Pisa, Italy.
East from the Leaning Tower.
Rooftops of Florence, Italy.
East from the Duomo.
North from Boboli Gardens, Florence, Italy.
Palazzo Vecchio and Uffizi.
South from the Duomo, Florence, Italy.
One of a pair of bronze statues atop the clock tower in Saint Mark's
Square, Venice, Italy.
East from Monte Baldo.
West from Monte Baldo.
Malcésine, Italy. View is across Lake Garda.
North from Monte Baldo.
Malcésine, Italy. At the head of Lake Garda are the towns of
Riva del Garda (west) and Torbole (east).
Cliffs at Riva del Garda.
Trentino, Italy. These are on the west side of town.
Valle di Fiemme, Italy. The Dolomites are in the distance.
Cable car to Sass Poldoi.
France. West from the avenue in front of the conference centre.
Trees in Cannes, France.
In the square outside the conference centre.
Tourist Spots - Middle East.The Sphinx. Giza, Egypt.
Image size: 2 x approx. 11K.
Egypt. This is part of the facade of the Great Temple.
Petra, Jordan. The right side of the 3D image looks a bit wacky, sorry.
Route from Monastery.
The way back to civilisation from El Deir is an amazing, twisting
pathway with some stunning vistas.
High Place of Sacrifice.
Petra, Jordan. This is the view looking down on the tombs below. You
can see the "high" adjective is warranted...
Tourist Spots - North America.Niagara Falls. Taken from the air. The Horseshow Falls are clearly visible just above the centre of the picture.
Image size: 2 x approx. 5K.
George and the dragon.
German pavillion at Epcot's World Showcase, Orlando, Florida. This is a
great practise picture for newbies!
At Disney's Animal Kingdom, Orlando, Florida. I don't know why they
were so placid, there was a rainstorm half an hour later...
Tourist Spots - Far East.Sri Mariammam temple. South Bridge Road, Singapore.
Image size: 2 x approx. 13K.
Non-Tourist Spots.The ITL. Interactive Teaching Laboratory, Essex University, circa 1980. The MTL (Microprocessor Teaching Laboratory) is visible through the window in the back wall.
Image size: 2 x approx. 9K.
My garden, in fact.
At least I think this escarpment is in Arizona...
Concorde prototype cockpit.
This is the cockpit of the Concorde prototype at Duxford air museum.
There's some distracting camera flash on the instrument panel, sorry.
Queen's Head pond,
West Bergholt, England.
One of three ponds in the village, this one is outside the Queen's Head
pub. The leaves on the water make this quite an effective picture.
The Queen's Head, West Bergholt, England.
Seen from across the pond. There are some nice, stationary ripples here.
West Bergholt Heath,
West Bergholt, England.
It looks more like a piece of wasteland in front of the school. The posts
are where there used to be a car park until the Countryside Commission was
called in by a local to get it closed.
I'm quite pleased with this as it was a very windy day when I took the
photo, yet the flags are frozen in place and there are even a couple of
birds that show no evidence of movement. Note that the right image is
slightly out of focus, but when you view the image pair you don't notice.
Nature.Daffodils. Alongside Valley Road, Essex University.
Image size: 2 x approx. 10K.
Wivenhoe Park, Essex University.
You can see it falling if you look closely enough.
Wivenhoe Park, Essex.
Old man's beard,
West Bergholt heath.
One of those pictures that looks looks absolutely nothing in 2D. In 3D,
Leaves from the walnut tree in my garden.
On the climbing frame in my garden one dewy morning.
On the Queen's Head pond, West Bergholt, England.
On the Queen's Head pond, West Bergholt, England. The water is
so clear here and the pond bottom is so muddy that it looks
like they're hovering in mid-air.
A female mallard.
She's hoping for some of the bread I had with me.
Growing in the Queen's Head pond, West Bergholt, England. If you're
experienced at looking at 3D images, you'll be looking forward to
resolving this one! It doesn't disappoint.
On the original, you can make out the individual streaks of rain in
this image, but it doesn't show up in such a small scan.
More rain. This shows up a bit better, but there's a strange fuzzy bit
in the middle that's a little distracting.
Objects.General Mitchell International Airport's pterodactyl. Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Image size: 2 x approx. 15K.
Between squares 2 and 3, Essex University. Long since removed...
It's in our garden. Yes, the grass does need cutting...
A small, bronze statuette at Disney's Magic Kingdom, Orlando, Florida.
This one has a strangely compelling out-of-focus background.
My wife's collection of beanie baby bears.
Glasses and Candles.
A hotel room in San Diego, California. Using two flashes caused some
distracting reflections in the pyrex candle holder.
People.Jenny and Madeleine. My daughters. Jenny is about 5 and Madeleine is coming up to 2 here.
Image size: 2 x approx. 8K.
She was only a few weeks old when this was taken (she came with lots
of hair). I like the way in the 3D image she looks so cosy nestling in
Jenny in the playroom.
Jenny aged 10.
Madeleine in the playroom.
Madeleine aged 6.
Jenny and Madeleine in the garden.
Madeleine is 7, Jenny is still 10.
Madeleine was invited to a fancy dress party, where everyone had to go
as either a wizard or a witch.
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