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  • Posted May 14, 2012 by Ivar Viewed 1703 times

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When i was 16 i was shot in the eye with a toy gun from ca 3m distance (the one with the yellow plastic bullets). I was very very lucky not to become blind in that eye. My iris was damaged and i had a 3.2mm cut in it, and couldnt see anything for a week! Since the iris has a hole in it, more light than normally gets through.. This means i see more brighter with my right eye than the left. That makes it very sensitive to bright light!
Weirdly enough i see more clearly with that eye, probably because more light gets through! :)

Waiting for the train to take me home

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    • # Julie Adams

      Excellent Shots! One question, How do you use that blue eye effect? My friend's friend did that for her for some baby shots - always been curious - Julie

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