So after a few weeks of convalescence, I’ve gone over my images for the upcoming 3D competition. I can submit as many as four stereo prints for the Austrian show, and when I started the process in mid-January, I had four images to pick from.
Yesterday, I decided to jettison two of the images and replace them with two others. I’m allowed to do that; the deadline for entry into the 3D show is the end of March.
Remember, if you want to see these images in their glorious three-dimensional range, simply relax your eyes and let the two images blend together as one.
I’m currently keeping:
THE ROOT GLEN 2019
THE NEW ADVENTURES OF LEICA GREEN
But I’m pulling my winter Rexleigh Bridge stereoscopic picture for …
WINTER ON NEW SCOTLAND ROAD
I’m doing this because while I am allowed to enter a maximum of four images, only two can be of a similar theme (i..e., maximum of two landscapes). And I just felt that this image has a better design than the Releigh Bridge one.
And I’m derailing the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train picture for …
THE HORNED DORSET
When you have a curved horn that goes THROUGH the pen bars … it looks awesome. And I just felt that although the CP Holiday Train photo was good enough, you know I can’t settle for “just good enough.” Right?
Again … I want to put out my four best images, and I’m hoping these count as such.
And I’ll probably ditch these images in favor of others, depending on how close I get to the submission deadline.