3D Apollo Lunar Surface Images. Between 1969 and 1972, the pioneering Apollo explorers, who blazed the first trails to another world, personified American Exceptionalism at its finest. During this period, they took thousands of photographs in color and in black & white of rocks and boulders, mountains and craters, and breathtaking panoramic views of their surroundings. The Apollo lunar surface images are a scientific and historical treasure, scenes which should be seen by everyone through the eyes of the photographers. Fortunately, with the aid of modern computer software many of these images can be so viewed in 3D. A selection of such photos produced by the author from each of the six Apollo landing missions comprise Volume 1 of the book, Apollo on the Moon in Perspective: 3D Anaglyph Composites by Ronald A. Wells. This book is soon to be published by Apogee Books, Burlington, Ont. Canada (2018), which will also contain a CD with a PDF version of the book with more photos along with folders containing both the anaglyphs and side-by-side equivalents for viewing with a Polaroid monitor or with such devices as Crystal Glasses. A set of red-cyan glasses will also be included.