To view sit a meter away from your monitor. Slightly cross eyes. The left eye looks at the right image. The right eye looks at the left image. Don't strain or go bug-eyed. Relax. A central image giving stereo depth will appear. Don't focus on the closest leg as it is too close for comfortable fusing of the images. The height of this spider is 9.3 meters (taller than my house!) and she is carrying 26 white marble eggs.
I used the cha-cha method and StereoPhotoMaker. I used a Hoya circular polarizer to darken the sky and increase the relative brightness of the dark bronze sculpture. I chose to point the camera at 90 degrees from the Sun to maximize the sky darkening effect. I also reduced the overall contrast to obtain a clearer view of the spider leg texture. Compare this with my previous photo where the black was too dark to see any detail in the texture. This is probably the limit of what can be done in a single exposure, beyond which High Dynamic Range (HDR) imaging and tone-mapping would be required.