It was a sunny November afternoon when I took this 3D study of a rock outcropping in the Rideau River at “Hog’s Back Falls” in Ottawa, Ontario. This shot was taken from a bridge overlooking the falls.
This 3D rendition is called an “anaglyph” and must be viewed with red/cyan stereo glasses to get the full 3D effect. See the Anaglyph World group for lots of information and other examples of this arcane art.
Note that even using the special glasses, the movement of the turbulent water between left and right exposures will leave some red and cyan tinging in the shot.