I have one more eagle image to show you from last week. It was just one of those times when I was lucky enough to be at the right place at the right time.
I have noticed over the last few days a lot of eagles hunting over harvested corn fields. Smaller rodents are less protected from their view and that makes for better hunting.
I had my one month check up with the eye surgeon yesterday afternoon. He said I had Negative Dysphotopsia, which causes pseudo edge detection and flickering. He said it would gradually get better and go away. I was relived to hear that everything is looking good with the lens and my retina so I can stop worrying about that. Just knowing that there is nothing wrong will help with the flickering problem.
If you’re bored Google Negative Dysphotopsia. I did some reading and found that 49% of patients with cataract surgery suffer from it. What I also read was that there is no clear understanding of what causes it. In most cases it does improve as your brain adapts to the condition.
We’re going to do our annual trip to Galena with our dear friends this Saturday. I always look forward to photographing the streets and shops of Galena and the wonderful lunch we always have at Benjamins.
That’s it for today. Hope you enjoy your day. Thanks for stopping by the blog and be careful.