Stereo Trees is a temporary installation of 3D photographs, seen through special viewers hung from trees on location. Thus far it has been installed at Walker Open Field (July 2014) and Walker First Free Saturdays (September 2014), as well as Open Streets St. Paul (September 2014) on University Avenue. The plastic viewers, which are similar to the Viewmaster toys many of us had as children, hang from multicolored cords and invite visitors to investigate. What the participants find inside the viewers surprises and (often) delights them. One is suddenly immersed in a strangely realistic scene, transported to another space, struck by the frozen-time aspect of the photographs. The photographs are a mix of subjects, but many of them have the common thread of a human/natural world dichotomy, which is present in much of my other work.