Not quite, but I can see that a couple frames from the fly-around video of the ISS taken from the shuttle could give a whole bunch of cross-eyed chances to make a 3d image. Patrick Vantuyne of Belgium put this one together. Stare at it with both eyes and kind of cross them a little bit until you see a third image in the middle. Soon it will jump out at you in 3d. As usual, click the photo to see a full size.
This is easy, it's not like those photos where you stare at a bunch of static until you see a clown riding a dinosaur jump out at you!