I wear photochromic lenses because I have sensitive eyes and I develop an ache in the eyes in bright sunlight. I have had this condition since the late sixties and except when I am at home and / or in the nights, I inevitably wear glasses with photochromic lenses.
Some of my readers have commented on this whenever one of my photographs have come up in a blog post and a couple of them have wondered why I need to hide my eyes. Now you know.
9 thoughts on “Photochromic Lenses.”
I have the same issue – along with cataracts – sigh. More benefits of aging.
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Let us simply enjoy while we can!
I, too, always wear sunglasses when I’m outside. I have ten gazillion pairs of wraparound ones, so they’re easy to pick up and put on.
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I need mine to be prescription numbered and so I have just a few.
my eyes are blue. and have always been sensitive to the sun also.
actually what I would call overly sensitive. I always wear sun glasses.
I thought it was just a blue-eyed irritant trait … but I see it’s not.
i’m in good company!
and… you just gotta love pickels! it made me laugh right out loud.
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I suddenly see that many of friends too wear photochromic glasses and it is very comforting!
I have the same blue-eye problem. I am curious to see if it eventually develops into something more. Did you notice your eyes changed color with age?
What a wonderful photo!
Thank you Kaitlin. You have just made my day!
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