Okay, since I've been away I didn't realize it was WWWAT until just two days ago. And as soon as I saw the theme I knew what I'd do. Let's clarify - that never happens! I'm always struggling the day before to think of something and frantically taking pictures. Nope. Not this time!
Here's A Different View
Visual Acuity Tests - done by two ship deckhands, Semi and Josiah (Josiah's pointing at the letters, obviously not in the shot)
Molly (17, California) and Matt helping people decide the strength of reading glasses they need.
One woman who's just had her 2nd cataract bandage removed. She had one eye done Thursday and the other done Friday. Doesn't she look excited?Seepa, aged 13, had her congenital cataracts and congenital dislocated lenses removed when she was 5. She couldn't have new lenses placed because her eyes were still growing. Earlier this year she had one eye operated on - and the surgeon botched it! The poor girl lost sight in that eye permanently. Dr Jeff Rutgard was able to place a new lens in the second eye. This is her before her surgery.
I didn't take this picture, but it needs sharing. That's Seepa, her parents, and the opthalmology team. That clinic is onboard the ship!
Seepa when she returned the next morning to have her bandages removed.
Seepa realizing she just read the words without her +10:00 glasses for the first time in her life.