is a tool for rock art researchers who wish to enhance images
is a plugin to ImageJ. ImageJ is an image processing and
analysis program written in Java.
It needs to be installed first before you can use DStretch.
It runs on both MACs and PCs.
Make a contribution (below) and email DStretch@prodigy.net
to get DStretch. It is best to use a personal email
address. Many institutions do not allow the DStretch
is mandatory before I will send the plugin. It
may take me a few days to respond, have patience.
Unfortunately there have been too many
requests and too few contributions for me to continue to
give it away.
Please note that the plugin is not an app. It has
much more functionality than is possible in an app on a
The apps are available from the Apple App Store
(iDStretch) or Google Play Store (aDStretch).
Contribution is $50. Use the Donate button below.
If you want to send a check email me for my
Current version is 8.41.
At Rancho Bernardo Style site (photo by Jeff LaFave)
At Croc-Marin in Fontainebleau, France with Michel Rey
Remembering Alvin R McLane
died October, 2006 in Reno Nevada. An obituary is here. Without doubt Alvin was the
premier rock art researcher in Nevada. I went on many
rock art trips with Alvin and will miss him greatly. I
have put together a slideshow of my pictures of
Alvin. At NAA in Ely, Nevada I gave a presentation on Alvin's last road trip.
At the 2007 ARARA meeting in Billings, Montana I gave a
presentation on Kachina
Rockshelter, a place I
visited with Alvin on the trip. Alvin and I intended to
write a paper on the sites we visited.
Presentations on Amanita Muscaria by Gordan Wasson,
Keewaydinoquay Peschel, Reid Kaplan. Recorded at the
conference "Hallucinogens in Native America."