X3D Stereo view of the Church of St. George - March 2007

Selected for Google Maps and Google Earth

You can get a beautiful stereo view of this church by crossing your eyes - if you can do that comfortably. View the left picture with your right eye and the right picture with your left eye. The stereo view will appear as a third picture between the left and right views.

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Comments (6)

MaxFarrar on August 26, 2009

I realize now that this stereo pair is too big for most screens. I am thinking about resizing the original and re-uploading it. But until I do, you can download the pic using "Save As" and view it comfortably. - Max

MaxFarrar on September 23, 2009

I resized this stereo pair to fit on a screen better a month ago and resubmitted it but It wasn't accepted. Go figure.

You can see it in Panoramio anyway.

Lambri_X3D on February 13, 2010

Cool image! Normally be seen. Greetings from Bulgaria! Lambri

Iorga Prato on November 26, 2010

It is very Wonder!

Subject is unique and shot is very well done!

Y* and L.

Anupam Mukherjee on March 21, 2012

Dear Max thanks for your visit and comment. I reached your gallery and found the photographs with tag "Lalibela". This one is definitely interesting, specially considering the fact that this too is a single rock cut construction but it is nowhere close to Kailashnathar temple with the size and intricate details of the temple. I'll try to upload few photographs to give an idea of the single rock cut temple at Ellora.

Greetings, Anupam

MaxFarrar on March 21, 2012

Anupam: Thanks for your comment. Were you able to see the stereoscopic effect of this pair of pictures by crossing your eyes? A third image forms in the middle which looks just like you're really there. Some people are comfortable crossing their eyes and some are not. Yes the Kallashnathar Temple is more intricate for sure. It is interesting that two groups of architects had the same idea of carving out monolithic temples. The dozen or so churches at Lalibela were constructed in the 12th and 13th centuries AD.

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on August 15, 2009
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by MaxFarrar
    • Camera: NIKON E4100
    • Taken on 2007/03/29 21:09:41
    • Exposure: 0.007s
    • Focal Length: 5.80mm
    • F/Stop: f/5.600
    • ISO Speed: ISO50
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash