Last Sunday a small group from the Camera Club came to see the Bluebells in Much Hadham — in England Bluebell means Wood Hyacinth, Scotland, Harebell. They were certainly out in force, and I decided to try to make a 3d image.
This one works without a stereoscope, by viewing it crosseyed, and looking at the left hand image with one’s right eye, the right image with the left eye. This is the oposite way round from a stereoscope which has small prisms to help one merge the adjacent pictures.
It seems to work surprisingly well — click on the image to pop it up on a dark layer full width of your browser before you try to merge it.