I particurary love this one, that road serpentining along that river bed valley, only a 3d image like this could unveil the true beauty of this landscape
Work of Art, deserves to be put in a frame on a wall
Vasco, many thanks again for your encouraging comments. Best wishes, Volkan
Following photos back from your sea-side photo, I came across this 3D. I also really like this one! Like Vasco says, its really nice photo on its own benefit, but its also a nice easy 3D - except it seems to want much more to be the reverse! For some reason the upper left part keeps going in the wrong direction and seems like its falling down, and then that drags the whole photo so the valley is a ridge! But even that way, its still a really clear 3D. The first time I ever used 3D was in geology class, and this shot shows why!
Volkan, have you ever flown over the South Dakota Badlands? They sure provide great 3D, too. (I took that flight last winter from Chicago to Jackson Hole.)
Thanks Kamaly, I am glad you found my planetary 3D shots :)
Among here is the ones that I really like very much one and two
and tree. If your eyes allow you can check my other 3D work as well.
I do not remember flying over Badlands. I hope someday it happens :) Is your background Earth sciences? Thanks again, Volkan
Landscape Architecture. NO I'm not a gardener! except perhaps at home. You could perhaps think of it as Earth Sciences and Arts, but its seems to me to be the ultimate multi-disciplinary field, since you really need some of about everything - architecture, engineering, social sciences, history, sculpture, horticulture, soils sciences, design, photography, creative writing, law, accounting, psychology, the list could go on and on and on. The fun project I've been project manager on is about done except the paperwork, so now I'm mostly focused on being project manager for a mainly utilities and civil engineering project at MIT. Its about 2 more years before they get to the surface finishes. So while it's a design field, at the moment I'm not doing that much design at all. And I get to spend all day tomorrow in meetings, fun fun, so time to call it a day.
(PS - I do like today's 3D Boston, but its late and that'll have to wait for another evening. I'll give others a chance to comment on your stuff for a change!)
ooops, hi Vasco! sorry for turning these messages all into personal bulletin boards for the whole world to see! :-)
Great occupation and nice projects Kamaly :) Thanks for informing me. Cheers, Volkan
No need to for sorry Kamaly. As Volkan said that's a great ocupation, In my teen years I use to play simcity and imagine I was some sort of land architect ;) I never followed that passion but I've created some real beautifull cities.
Sometimes when I have spare time (rarely these days) I go back to the game and free my city planing creativity
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