Northernmost train in the world

Selected for Google Maps and Google Earth

Comments (7)

picture fan on September 10, 2009

interesting and nice picture! Thanks for sharing in forum!

Best, Mario

AnonymousKiwi on February 11, 2010

Darn! I can never get these things to work. :(

Joehenri on February 11, 2010

Its not easy the first time, Anonymous. I used some 30 minutes of intense concentration and swearing before I finally mastered the technique. But now I can cross my eyes in the blink of an eye.. Here is the web-page that I used to learn x3D viewing. Its cross-eyed, and not parallell viewing that is the usual standard on Panoramio. Good luck - and let me know how it worked out for you.

Eric Klaszus on May 5, 2010

this is totally insane... i am super inspired!!! thank you!!!

Joehenri on May 7, 2010

I'm very glad that your interst in 3D pictures have been sparked, Eric. So I expect a 3D picture or two in your own gallery in the future. Just google stereophotomaker, read the instructions, download the free program and you are ready to go. You probably have some pictures ready for stereoviewing already. Anytime you took a picture, moved a bit sideways to get a better angle and took another one, you might accidentally have a pair without knowing it. My Trevi fountain picture was actually such an accidental pair - and that is still my best 3D in my opinion..

Good luck.

Luper on August 26, 2010

Wow Joe, It's amazing effect. I'm back to the past with my old book Magic Eye. For me it's very easy to see the effect. Fantastic!

I will try to make some. Can I show you later? Thanks for sharing, Luis

Joehenri on August 26, 2010

Hello again Luis. 3D's are definitely a fun technique to master. I prefer normal photos, but a 3D to spice things up every now and then is great. Looking forward to see your third dimension work. Thanks for visiting. Joe.

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