Nice to see you Volkan on this magnificent geological formation. Greetings and take care, Miša.
Thank you Misa. I hope you and your wife sees these wonderlands as well. I was very much impressed. Best wishes :) Volkan
Dear Volkan, agree with Miša. Yes, nice to see the "lost stranger/alien" in this stunning landscape. Has the ground been created by geological faults or by deposits ? Anyway, it looks fantastic ... you too my friend :-) Greetings, Andreas
Dear Andreas, the geology in these areas to my knowledge based on sand stone which is eroded by water rain and winds. Thank you for your kind comments, best wishes from Chicago. Volkan
Volkan thanks for information. It must be a very sloping bottom there when I see your leg positioning. Carry on with such natural photos. Take care, Andreas
Yes Andreas, where I was standing was steeper than it appears :) There are so much to see, yes, got to carry on :) Best wishes from California, Volkan
Aahh, now in California. California will help to remove homesickness :-). Take care, Andreas
Yes Andreas hazy conditions, dry grass on the hills same as in my hometown. Like you said I felt that I was at home for a while :) Take care, Volkan
Volkan, I thought in such way. On the other hand I know that you're a citizen of the world. I heard of many forest fires in Calofornia because of the heat. But there is still the ExTerminator as Governor - this should help :-)) Greetings, Andreas
Andreas, thank you for seeing me this way. I think everybody should be continuously be aware that there is one world and it is home of every living thing.
It was sad to see but I took this scene which was a fire from natural courses. Cheers, Volkan
Thank you Volkan to add me to the X-3D photographers list.
Viewing images in your panoramio gallery I guess you are probably professional pilot.
My name is Ivica Kis. I am architect and professor in the school of applied arts in Zagreb (Croatia).
My surveys on stere0sc0pical images last since 1978. It is interesting to know why (and how) this ability was forgotten.
On the very start of photography in 19th century there was parallel production of monoscopic and stere0sc0pic cameras, and in our era of digitalization first stereoscopic digital camera (SONY) appeared last year (3 decades after beginning of commercial digitalization).
There is link to my small present for you
my stere0sc0pization of your self portrait.
Best wishes from Zagreb,
Hello Professor Kis, I am honored with your visit and gift, thank you very much :) Yes, I think in the over commercialized world of photography this extremely simple but unbelievably effective technique has been unfortunately suppressed or as you mentioned forgotten. Mostly with amateur efforts, we are trying to make it known to everyone as an option or additional dimension to their existing photographic abilities. I again I am very happy that intellect as yourself has joined the team.
I wish I was a pilot but, I am perhaps the only person among the passengers who takes the flight as serious as the pilot does :) I am MSc Electronics Engineer. I usually plan in advance where to have seat according to the location of the Sun and potential sights during the flight and clean the windows with weird looks of other passengers that has no idea about my intension. I usually contact to pilots before flight so that they know what I am doing. So far, I accomplished most of my aerial X-3D missions, but as you'd know there is no such think as enough 3D images :D
With my very best wishes to Zagreb from Chicago, Volkan
STEREOSCOPYZATION of a monoscopical image Google
Well, thank you again for link to the gift Kaygod :) One of our talented X-3D photographer Jessica G. has done similar operation to a single image using Photoshop and generated the 3D version.
Best wishes, Volkan
Magnificent geological formation!
Yes, it is Boticm. I hope you can go there in person and spend all the time you need. Thanks for your message. Volkan
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