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Planet Pluto in 3D

Planet Pluto in 3D

Astronomy Picture of the Day posted a stereo card (like for old-time stereoscopes) of the planet Pluto as seen by the New Horizons mission spacecraft. I took the stereo card image and combined the left and right-eye images into the anaglyph (red-cyan) image above.

This is the original text from APOD:

Explanation: These two detailed, true color images of Pluto were captured during the historic New Horizons flyby last month. With slightly different perspectives on the now recognizeable surface features they are presented in this first high quality stereo pair intended for viewing by denizens of planet Earth. The left hand image (left eye) is a mosaic recorded when the spacecraft was about 450,000 kilometers from Pluto. The right single image was acquired earlier, a last full look before the spacecraft’s closest approach. Despite a difference in resolution, the pair combine for a stunning 3D perception of the distant, underworldly terrain.

You will need your free pair of 3D glasses to view the image (click image to enlarge). If you don’t have a pair, I have posted the original stereo card here.

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Travel Trailer in 3D

Travel Trailer in 3D

While we have the RV drive under construction, we parked the trailer across the road on our other lot. I was in the courtyard when I took a pair of images which I merged into this anaglyph image.

Tomorrow, the concrete crew will finish the last section of the RV driveway. About a week after that, we can pull the trailer into it’s place on the drive next to the hookups.

You will need your free pair of 3D glasses to view the image (click image to enlarge). As usual, I have posted a 2D version here.

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Wall Construction 3D

Wall Construction 3D

The masonry crew completed the basic construction of the front wall today. We walked out front after the workers went home where I snapped two images of the work-in-progress portion of the radius that turns up the RV drive-to-be. The retention wall should deflect most of the runoff from up the RV drive and from the higher elevation hills to the west. Click on the image to enlarge.

You will need your free pair of 3D glasses to view the image (click image to enlarge). As usual, I have posted a 2D version here

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Thanks for the Rain

Thanks for the Rain

I am re-submitting the “Thanks for the Rain” anaglyph to the 3D stuff category. The old one was in a lower resolution format, so I went to the photo archives, found the two original shots I took in 2010 and ran them through the process to produce a new, higher resolution anaglyph.

You will need your free pair of 3D glasses to view the image (click image to enlarge). As usual, I have posted a 2D version here

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Trailer Awning in 3D

Trailer Awning in 3D

A couple of weekends ago I grilled a Santa Maria Tri Tip Roast for dinner. Before that, I set up the awning on the trailer to provide shade for the grill and me. After getting it set up, I stood by the patio door and snapped an image pair which I later processed into the 3D image seen above.

You will need your free pair of 3D glasses to view the image (click image to enlarge). As usual, I have posted the 2D image here.

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Cholla in the Wash in 3D

Cholla in the Wash

I had the new Canon EOS Rebel SL1 DSLR camera with me today when I took the bird seed bell up on the hill. On the way across the wash coming back to the house, I paused to snap an image pair of a large cholla cactus which I combined into the 3D image above.

You will need your free pair of 3D glasses to view the image (click image to enlarge). As usual, I have posted the 2D image here.

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58 Chevrolet Apache Pickup in 3D

58 Chevrolet Apache Pickup

Verna and I were at the pharmacy picking up a prescription today, when an old gentleman drove into the lot in this gorgeous 1958 Chevrolet Apache pickup truck. Verna took several pictures of the truck and I discovered that I could merge two of them into this anaglyph image.

You will need your free pair of 3D glasses to view the image (click image to enlarge). As usual, I have posted the 2D version here.

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