Day 64 - Vision


I'm faced with indecision frequently at the optometrist's office. As they slide those prescription lenses back and forth in front of my eyes and ask me "1 or 2?" I have to ask them to do it again and again because I am just not certain which one is clearer. Thank God for a patient optometrist. lol

35 comments:

Kristin said...

I'm right there with ya sista! Your shot looks great to me, so my eyes must being doing ok despite my indecision!

Gisele said...

I do that too, "I don't know! Either! Neither! Both! Do it again!" Really nice composition

Megan said...

Fun shot! I always struggle choosing as well :)

karren said...

Ha Ha and LOL...this tickled my funny bone! I feel exactly the same. I think this photocould win a prize.....so creative. Add the yummy DOF = Awesome.

Mari said...

And then when you finally get through that and get a prescription, you need to decide which frames you like!

gottaluvboyz said...

The DOF on this is just awesome...what a great shot! I had to laugh, though...I am the same way!

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

That is a clever shot ...

snapshots2011 said...

Haha! I do the same thing! I love the contrast in this picture.

Trish ~ ♥ ~ said...

oh gosh, add me to the list, it seems like it happens to lots of us,

Jennifer said...

Beautiful shot!

Sandra V. said...

Seems like a lot of people, myself included, go through the same thing at the optometrist's.
A fabulous image - awesome composition and DOF.

Chesney said...

I do the same, but you image now has me thinking I need to go back in...all of the lower letters are blurry! :)

I love the depth and your unique image!

Lois said...

Oh so true . . . Great composition and focus.

The Clip Cafe said...

Love this shot!

Carrie said...

I too am indecisive, especially at the optometrist. I like this picture. I'm totally digging the black frames.

Amy said...

Love this! I sometimes have a hard time choosing too.

Carlynn said...

What a cool way to document an ordinary trip to the eye doc.

Tracy said...

That is a very neat shot!

Sarah Halstead said...

Great photo. Very cool.

longneys said...

I hear ya, girl! I'm actually due to get my eyes checked so hopefully the optometrist is ready. Love the photo by the way. I like how you made sure the letters underneath and near the glasses is clear. Well done.

gerberbaby1 said...

What a great composition! I know your feeling exactly.

Kimberly said...

Great shot! And I do the same thing.

Lisa said...

Very cool!

Branson @ Reflection of Something said...

Love the photo, and I am the exact same way at my visits!

my3sons said...

This is awesome!

Jenny said...

Ha ha! I do this too - there is so much pressure!

Melissa said...

Haha Totally the same way at my appointments. I just can't decide. Love this shot, you're creative with your composition and DOF.

BobbieCoughlin said...

Such a simple image, but with so much depth.

Becky Sue said...

Argh! I have the same problem. In fact I go back on Wed. because it's still not right. Great perspective in this shot.

Kristy Johnson said...

I am faced with the same dilemma when they ask " 1 or 2"? "3 or 4"? Seriously? Great shot, by the way- I could "envision" it in a magazine or advertisement!

Michelle said...

Love this...great DOF!

pcphotoblog said...

I think they do that slide thing to confuse us! Great shot.

Clara said...

All of the above. Fabulous photo.

Bobi said...

great capture. I love this because it is a regular every day type of thing but your angle gives it such a great composed look and it makes you think... hmm. maybe I need to go have an eye exam???
I do that too and I always feel terrible but my doc is supper nice as it sounds yours is.

traceyjj said...

Wonderfully simple, and simply wonderful. Great idea for the depth of field making our eyes seem even worse :)