Here we go . . . Father’s Day this year was something special! I am talking about Chinese Father’s Day here in Taiwan for those who don’t know it falls on August 8 as the Chinese pronunciation of 8-8 is a homonym for Father.
First, we went to Alibaba Indian Kitchen for lunch and then we headed over to NTU for Cosplay!
Naturally, I brought along my 3D camera.
That’s an anaglyph (red-blue glasses) of one of the most striking costumes . . . well, to me . . . there were a LOT of really great costumes in evidence.
My daughter, Kaye, wore her costume . . . complete with freshly purchased sunflowers . . . as well. Here’s one of the parallel stereoviews of her with her mother (my wife Lorraine, to those who aren’t regulars):
If you would like to see the full gallery sets of 3D images of the Cosplay on 2010-08-08 at National Taiwan University, go to my twin galleries of anaglpyhs at http://public.fotki.com/briandavidphillips/cosplay/3d/2010-08-08-anaglyph/ and parallel stereoviews at http://public.fotki.com/briandavidphillips/cosplay/3d/2010-08-08-cosplay/ for your viewing pleasure.
All the best,