Color Stereo's stereo photography differs from usual stereography in a couple of important respects: There are always more than the two elements or double panels that make up a stereo-pair. They are always combined with non-photographic elements.
As with any stereo photography, the parallax (distance between elements) is usually quite broad. If you have difficulty viewing this, or any stereogram, try pulling back from the screen a bit.
Please remember, all images on Color Stereo site are meant to be viewed wide-eyed.
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