Pink Lady Flowering Quince

fredtruck

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My Pink Lady Flowering Quince always blooms early, and this year it is blooming earlier than usual. I am posting two links below.

The first link is to a regular 2-dimensional photograph:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/32652998@N04/4193289323/

This second link is to an anaglyph image of the tree. When viewed with glasses that have one red lens and one cyan lens, a 3-dimensional image appears. This technique removes the problems associated with flattening in regular, 2D photographs.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/32652998@N04/4194047166/

Concerning the glasses: plastic ones are best. The kind most people are familiar with made of cardboard are okay, but don't provide the best resolution.
 

bonsaimeister

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Fred,

You have achieved a unique, distinct style. Good work. Keep it up.
BM
 

bonhe

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Very nice flowering quince. Bonhe
 
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That is beautiful... I almost wish it was planted a little more to the left... just to compliment and support the movement to the right. Gorgeous though... I love it.
 

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