I have always been fascinated by how our brains create a three dimensional image using the combined image from each eye. I was just as excited when I realized that you can mimic that process by using two separate photos taken from from two slightly different angles, and cross your eyes, looking at one with each eye. As a kid, I loved those magic eye images, and always was able to see them pretty easily. Anyway, a few years ago, I started messing around with making 3D (Stereoscopic) images with a regular digital camera. I even built a little jig that allowed me to take one image, then slide the camera over and take another. Most of them I did freehand though. These are all viewed using the cross-eyed method. Enjoy!