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POHUTUKAWA FLOWER 
IN JANUARY

                              Stereoscopic Picture   

 

 

The stamens have gone, leaving the central red pistils on the flowers. The usual published photographs are taken in December, but this shows the flower is still very beautiful in January, when seen close-up. The trees have lost most of their red colour when the flowers look like this and the casual observer thinks the Christmas show is over.

  These two middle pictures are in 
     U stereo   
or parallel eye stereo. The separation is too big for
 normal viewing unless you use prism lenses over the
 eyes, with the thin parts of the prism facing each
other, adjacent to your nose. A Cazes mirror viewer
 or the modern Pokesope viewer are other ways to
 see these in U 3 D, or else use the smaller separation
 pictures provided below
   here.

Cazes viewer uses 4 mirrors (or prisms) and is
 sometimes called a Wheatstone viewer, but
 Wheatstone only used two mirrors in his viewer.

These two middle pictures are in
U stereo     
or parallel eye stereo. The separation is too big for
 normal viewing unless you use prism lenses over the
 eyes, with the thin parts of the prism facing each
other, adjacent to your nose. A Cazes mirror viewer
 or the modern Pokesope viewer are other ways to
  see these in U 3 D, or else use the smaller   separation
  pictures provided below
  here.

Cazes viewer uses 4 mirrors (or prisms) and is
 sometimes called a Wheatstone viewer, but
 Wheatstone only used two mirrors in his viewer.

 

 

 

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RIGHT LEFT RIGHT LEFT

 

Right          Left           

          Right          Left

 

The stereo separation is greater than for the  November Pohutukawa, 
giving this January version a more obvious 3D effect.

How to take stereo pictures

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