And Park Blvd. Rocks
(2D first. 3D Galleries below will require red–cyan glasses to see the full 3D effect. Click Photos to Enlarge.)
THIS PAGE COMPRISES an area with small rock-climbing formations along the north side of Hidden Valley parking lot, plus a deceptively mundane looking, yet photographically complex little boulder pile a few hundred yards southeast of the parking area and adjacent to the Park Blvd. marker on the map below. Additional rock climbs flanking Park Blvd. which separate Hidden Valley from Hidden Valley Campground are known collectively as Roadside Rocks.
(Note: My thanks to friend Elliot Koeppel, Cali49.com, who emailed me a sample for the four-panel frame decoration. Certain medium-distance shots appear almost lifelike 3D when viewed full screen.)
2D Gallery ♦ Parking Lot & Park Blvd Rocks
- Use glasses to view 3D Anaglyphs
- Click to Enlarge Photos
3D Anaglyph Gallery ♦ Parking Lot Rocks
Download any of the 3D Anaglyph or 3D Half Side-by-Side photographs you wish. Click images to enlarge. 1080p resolution. Or Windows users, right-click and choose SAVE LINK AS. The 3D H-SBS images provided at the end of this group should be saved if you wish to view them on a 3D-capable television.
3D Anaglyph Gallery ♦ Park Blvd. Rocks
3D Half Side-by-Side ♦ Parking Lot Rocks
3D Half Side-by-Side ♦ Park Blvd. Rocks
Posted 2015 Feb 26
Updated 2017 Nov 9