While in Ecuador, I found some time to do some photography near my hotel. So I thought I would take a few shots that I would turn into stereograms. So here are the stereograms I made.
For those of you who don't know what they are, they are 2 dimensional images that you can make appear three dimensional by crossing your eyes. So basically, cross your eyes so the two pictures become one and it should appear three dimensional.
Also, clicking on the thumbnail to get the larger image will improve your experience.
I've been going through pictures from past climbs and trips, editing them, and hosting them. In this process, I stitched together 4 photos into a panorama. Here is the skyline that surrounds the Titcomb Basin, from the southern end of it. Easily the best place I've ever been in all of my journeys through the mountains.
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