I’ve heard you, wrong spelling but since kaleidoscope is already taken and this photo blog best describes my condition I opted to just go with it. 🙂
an optical instrument in which bits of glass, held loosely at the end of a rotating tube, are shown in continually changing symmetrical forms by reflection in two or more mirrors set at angles to each other.
a continually changing pattern of shapes and colors.
a continually shifting pattern, scene, or the like: The 1920s were a kaleidoscope of fads and fashions.
What does this has to do with me? Well, I love photography and I shoot photos and try to make an SLR out of a point and shoot camera. However, late in 2007 I was diagnosed with central serous retinopathy a visual impairment that is characterized by tearing of the central macula, which results to blurred or distorted vision. In my condition, I have a blind or gray spot from time to time in my central vision. The good news is it’s only in my right eye and these past few months have been promising as I experience seemingly ‘normal’ vision (the condition should be temporary but to some it is permanent) though I could not deny that my visual acuity is never the same.
I’m no great photographer but a lover of the lens, color and life. So, please indulge as I leave a part of me on the blogosphere in this photo blog. You can also see other photoblogs and photography resource that I regularly visit here. 🙂