Altered vision

Missed posting for a few days, due to the start of a new bout of optic neuritis (fortunately, the first in a quarter of a century)…the vision in my left eye is considerably impaired at present, and the contrast between good and bad eye makes for an interesting visual experience, to say nothing of challenge.

Anyway, today I have felt a little more lively, and as it was such a beautiful sunny morning, I decided I shouldn’t miss such good light.  The image above is a (rather clumsy) metaphor for my current lack of visual clarity (certainly not an accurate representation of what I see!)..but, hey, artistic license.


One comment

  1. great photo Sue – where is the haiku to go with it?

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