Every now and then, a kite aerial photograph session will yield stereo photographs. Proper stereo images are taken with a pair of linked cameras. These serendipitous pairs are images taken in quick sequence with a single camera. Small movements due to the vagaries of the kite provide the small offset needed for stereo.
Seeing the stereo ‘pop’ requires you to cross your eyes to align the two images. This is much easier for me to do with the larger vresion of the images (click on the image).
Plan view of the old, derelict railroad trestle that spans the Corte Madera creek and marsh. The trestle is about ten feet above the marsh grass. The pilings to the right of the rail tracks once supported a second set of tracks.
The Greenbrae Boardwalk as seen from its western end. Corte Madera Creek flows by to the left.