A small selection of 3-D llama photos.
No viewer needed version of this page.
If you hold up an antique stereo viewer, like the one shown on the left below,
centered against the stereoviews on the screen
you will be able to see these pictures in three dimensions!
There are also inexpensive viewers available like the one on the right below.
Viewing the photos in 3-D.
They will seem to come right off the screen.
If you don't have a viewer to see these 3-D stereoviews,
we have converted them to anaglyph format on a separate page
so that they can be seen by using a set of red/blue anaglyph glasses.
If you don’t have any of these glasses lying around,
you can get a set of free anaylph glasses
by sending a stamped self-addressed envelope to this 3-D supply company.
There are also anaglyph glasses in some issues of magazines
that you might have lying around such as
the August 1998 National Geographic or the winter issue of Sports Illustrated.
He is keeping an eye on the young girls across the fence.
She is a couple of months old in this photo.
Othello Tunnels near Hope, British Columbia.
This is a great place to go for a day hike, especially in the fall.
She is a classic looking llama with a very gentle face.
She was all cleaned up for a show when this picture was taken.
He was quite interested when Jane showed him the llama cutout at the fall fair.
He is the father of Sun Dancer, the young llama in the photo above
and he was completely shorn a few months before this picture was taken.
She is a big, friendly girl with a wonderful personality.
She always is the first to show up when someone comes to visit.
He had enough sense to go back into his shelter
after he had his photo taken during the snow storm.
There are some old llama stereoviews on our trivia page twenty-six.
Learn more about llamas on our question and answer pages.
Brian and Jane Pinkerton
29343 Galahad Crescent
Mount Lehman, British Columbia
Canada V4X 2E4
Phone or Fax: (604) 856-3196