Ten Pot Holes And One Hot Pole

Stereoscopic book. Two versions available: one for parallel, one for cross viewing. The books are symmetrical and can be viewed in both directions. There are two autostereogram/Magic-Eye-like easter eggs.

In my quest to find meaningful subject matter for stereoscopic photography, this harks back to a scientific-military use in aerial reconnaissance photography in WWI where two consecutive, overlapping photographs would provide elevation/terrain information – vividly so when viewed through a stereoscope.
The depth of a pot hole is crucial information to, say, a bicyclist. And then I can’t resist a spoonerism.

24 b&w pages, 5.5×8″, 5€.

Stereo pairs / spreads for cross-eyed viewing: