When I think of Vision…
Twelve months ago, I had been told that my
right eye would have its vision impaired
if radiated, or biopsied and the best thing to do
The yellow pigment was initially diagnosed as
an A-typical melanoma.
After a regime of test during Autumn 2016 the diagnosis
was revised and in 2017 I still have vision in my right eye,
even though the look of it has not changed.
Even with sails up and anchors aweigh,
these boats would still have been
sitting on this Corio Bay mill-pond.
My contribution for this week’s challenge…
I could not think of anything better than
these rainbow images taken
during the past six months.
This one lasted for no more than two minutes
and it really was the crown to my shots
of the lighthouse sunrise.
Similarly this rainbow in the west while
the sun rose behind me
was also memorable, but fleeting.
Roadside grass which has run to seed.
It would appear that these oats are
more seed pods than seeds.
Unfortunately this is the second time
I have re-posted this photo this week.
However, it is the only photo I have
which vaguely resembles the challenge requirements
of halo, sun dogs or light pillars
after fires had devastated the area
a few weeks prior.
It was a foggy morning which probably caused the halo.
Week 25, 2017
It’s been hard to look really happy
Even though it is the result of too much sun,
I can now say I have had a ‘nose job.’ 🙂