pollens combs on bee leg (cross-eyed stereo)

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pollens combs on bee leg (cross-eyed stereo)

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This is another one of those shots that is really not much to look at in 2-dimensions, but provides a nice idea of the function when seen in 3-D. (The pollen is blackberry...Rubus armeniacus)

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If you would like to see a more overall shot to put this part of the leg into "context" have a look at these old shots:

http://www.photomacrography1.net/forum/ ... php?t=1997
http://www.photomacrography1.net/forum/ ... php?t=2003

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Re: pollens combs on bee leg (cross-eyed stereo)

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Charles Krebs wrote:...one of those shots that is really not much to look at in 2-dimensions, but provides a nice idea of the function when seen in 3-D.
I agree, and I think it's also very attractive in 3D.

In 2D, there's not enough structure implied to make it very interesting for me.

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Post by Craig Gerard »

Looks great in 3D 8)


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I can not see the 3D effects :(

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Jacek wrote:I can not see the 3D effects :(
Me either, I have virtually no 3D capability. :cry: But, I still think that they look great in 2D.

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naturephoto1 wrote:
Jacek wrote:I can not see the 3D effects :(
Me either, I have virtually no 3D capability. :cry: But, I still think that they look great in 2D.

Rich
One of these will help.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/220959788686



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