This is the image that did it. When I was trying to photograph the old hut across the paddock I found the camera view finder was so bad that I couldn't even be sure it was in centre of the frame. After a couple of shots with it being off to the side somewhere (what I could see was even less clear than this), It's off to the repair shop with this annoying camera, I declared.
As I reported the other day the camera man rang to say there was nothing wrong with it. I picked it up today. We put my lens in and he had a look. It's fine he said. I had a look. It's all blurry I said. It's must be the camera I say because I can see everything else OK. I asked my hubby to take a look. It's fine he said. I think I am going nuts and we leave the camera shop.
Have a look with the other eye hubby suggests helpfully. I do so to humour him and I'm shocked to discover it's all clear. I close my right eye and the world is a blur.
I didn't have a clue. My eyesight has seemed fine. You see the only thing I am one-eyed about is my photography.
I couldn't even read the BIG letters on the optometrist's eye chart. He says it's a cataract.
This is the world through both my eyes.