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Alga(e)zebo, Marcos Cruz and Marjan Colletti

Alga(e)zebo, Marcos Cruz and Marjan Colletti

Alga(e)zebo, Marcos Cruz and Marjan Colletti

Alga(e)zebo, Marcos Cruz and Marjan Colletti

Alga(e)zebo, Marcos Cruz and Marjan Colletti

Alga(e)zebo, Marcos Cruz and Marjan Colletti

Alga(e)zebo, Marcos Cruz and Marjan Colletti

Alga(e)zebo, Marcos Cruz and Marjan Colletti

Alga(e)zebo, Marcos Cruz and Marjan Colletti

Alga(e)zebo, Marcos Cruz and Marjan Colletti

Alga(e)zebo, Marcos Cruz and Marjan Colletti

Alga(e)zebo, Marcos Cruz and Marjan Colletti

Alga(e)zebo, Marcos Cruz and Marjan Colletti

Alga(e)zebo, Marcos Cruz and Marjan Colletti

Alga(e)zebo, Marcos Cruz and Marjan Colletti

Alga(e)zebo, Marcos Cruz and Marjan Colletti

Alga(e)zebo, Marcos Cruz and Marjan Colletti

Alga(e)zebo, Marcos Cruz and Marjan Colletti

Alga(e)zebo, Marcos Cruz and Marjan Colletti

Alga(e)zebo, Marcos Cruz and Marjan Colletti

Alga(e)zebo, Marcos Cruz and Marjan Colletti

Alga(e)zebo, Marcos Cruz and Marjan Colletti

Alga(e)zebo, Marcos Cruz and Marjan Colletti

Alga(e)zebo, Marcos Cruz and Marjan Colletti

Alga(e)zebo, Marcos Cruz and Marjan Colletti

Alga(e)zebo, Marcos Cruz and Marjan Colletti

Alga(e)zebo, Marcos Cruz and Marjan Colletti

Alga(e)zebo, Marcos Cruz and Marjan Colletti

Guan Lee

Guan Lee

Guan Lee

Guan Lee

Guan Lee

Guan Lee

Guan Lee

Guan Lee

Guan Lee

Guan Lee

Guan Lee

Guan Lee

Today I was at a casting seminar at Grymsdyke Farm. Here are some stereoscopic images of some of Guan Lee’s work (see previous post for suggestions on viewing stereo images). I will post some more images tomorrow, and maybe some of the event.

Japanese House, Huntingdon Gardens

Japanese House, Huntingdon Gardens

Japanese House, Huntingdon Gardens

Japanese House, Huntingdon Gardens

Japanese House, Huntingdon Gardens

Japanese House, Huntingdon Gardens

Japanese House, Huntingdon Gardens

Japanese House, Huntingdon Gardens

Some stereoscopic views of the Japanese House at Huntingdon Gardens. To view, go cross eyed until the two images register over each other (vertically as well as horizontally). Concentrate on a fairly central and prominent feature to help you achieve this. When the image clicks into place, try to relax and hold it for a while – the stereoscopic depth should develop as you do so. If you are having difficulty, try making the images smaller. A couple of them have quite a pleasing depth when seen stereoscopically so give it a go.