Here are two stereo pairs. I did a careful color balance on both using the clouds that appeared to be lit by the same light as neutral, so the colors here are probably as close as they can be.
The stereo pair was designed for cross-eyed viewing. View the left image with your right eye and the right image with your left eye. It may take some getting used to, but most people will be able to see the image in stereo this way. One picture is a 100 crop. The other is magnified 200% in Adobe Camera Raw to preserve as much detail as possible. The pictures were taken 8 seconds apart, and judging by today’s flight of the same trip, we were going 444 knots at 41000 feet altitude, over eastern Kentucky at the time.
If the stereo image is not clicking, you might want to try looking at it centered so there is less distraction. You can see it centered here:
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