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All the photos on this page are free-viewing cross-eyed 3-D pairs, viewed by crossing your eyes and gradually bringing the separate images together to form a single 3D image in the middle, much like viewing the 'Magic Eye' images that were all the rage a few years ago. A website that explains how to view the images can be found here: http://www.starosta.com/3dshowcase/ihelp.html . There is also a thread in the Forum with a discussion of 3D images and how to view them, and where many 3D images are posted: http://www.panoramio.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1660 All of the 'Favorite Photographers' listed on this page are other pages with 3D images, and most of those users would be glad to help you view and create 3D stereo image pairs. Happy Viewing! (You can also see my non-3D images on my regular pages: Panoramio users 286174 and 569964)

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Thanks Stefanos! This was such an amazing tree - still alive and kicking even though it really only seemed to be a thin section of trunk and bark. A 3D photo is the only way to see how tenuous it's support is. So it thanks you for its only comment! Cheers!

Hi Roar - wow, that really is a fascinating article! Not that it is unthinkable at all, but it's so interesting that they may have come across DNA evidence that possibly confirms the early voyages. Thanks!


Nice photo!

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Cordially greetings,from Shanghai Pozlp

steep - isn´t it?!?!

Thank you so much Inukshuk, Tivadar, Lady3D and Kamalyn!

All the best from tiny little Austria, Michael

it was a gorgeous place, Kamalyn - so uncrowded and peaceful!

Regards from Austria, Michael

LOL! who'd have thought I'D have the photo with the highest view count? :D))))))))))

Gotta love them widgets!

Very nice shot! Like!

Greetings! Lambri

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World record in "truly sense of word".


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