Updates for my entries into the 3D image show

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

Root Glen 2019. Nikon EM camera (2), Kodak 200 Color Plus film. Photo (c) Chuck Miller, all rights reserved.

THE NEW ADVENTURES OF LEICA GREEN

The New Adventures of Leica Green. NIMSLO camera, Kodak 400 film. Photo (c) Chuck Miller, all rights reserved.

But I’m pulling my winter Rexleigh Bridge stereoscopic picture for …

WINTER ON NEW SCOTLAND ROAD

Winter on New Scotland Road. Kodak Realist stereo camera, Kodak Gold 400 film, tinted in monochrome. Photo (c) Chuck Miller, all rights reserved.

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

The Horned Dorset. NIMSLO camera, Kodak 400 film. Photo (c) Chuck Miller, all rights reserved.

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.