Holiday Snaps

I had good news from the consultant yesterday at the Retina Clinic. The left eye (where there is the possibility of malignancy) shows no significant change and is looking healthy, and the right eye (which has the PVD) is continuing to heal and shows no damage to the retina. I have to go back in six months for the next check up.

On to today ... I'm sharing some of my holiday snaps, all of which are possible candidates for the SPSH.

No 1 | stripes, a child's pram on display in Chatsworth House, and Derwent Dam revealing the layers of rock usually hidden below the suface of the water.



No 3 | a framed view taken in Chatsworth House. It actually a trompe l'oeil of a violin and bow painted by Jan van der Vaart c. 1723.



No 4 | wings, taken in Ilam Church and Sudbury Hall




No 8 | a pile of ... hassocks and kneelers in Ilam Church, a pile of wood at Chatworth (part of a display to show the materials used in the renovation of the house), and part of the rockery at Chatsworth.




No 12 | bells, taken in the bell tower of Liverpool's Metropolitan Cathedral.




No 15 | out of the blue, showing the flag flying above the library in Liverpool



No 19 | picture postcard perfect, taken at Dovedale and Ilam Hall.


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  1. Very good news release your eyes. Excellent photos. I love the pram and the rocks!!

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    1. Thanks Carole. I was very relieved to get the such a good result at the eye clinic.

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  2. Should say regarding your eyes!

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  3. The best news about your eyes ... your vision of the SPSH is certainly not impaired!! :)

    All are amazing photos. That child's pram is art work ... a most interesting view of the bells & the pile of rocks could also be picture postcard perfect.

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    1. Thanks Mary-Lou. I climbed 108 steps and took 2 lifts to get to those bells. The biggest one is called Great George!

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  4. Very pleased to hear about the peepers!

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    1. It was brilliant news! I can't tell you how relieved I am.

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  5. Wonderful news about your eyes! I'm so glad! Lovely photos, too!

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    1. Thanks Bless. I can relax now and put it to the back of my mind for the next six months.

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  6. Retinal examination ( ophthalmoscopy ): Your doctor may dilate your pupils and use a tool called an ophthalmoscope and to see the back of your eyes -- the retina, retinal blood vessels, fluid in your eyes (he may call this vitreous fluid), and the head of your optic nerve. ... You'll get drops to numb your eyes.

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