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      • When you’re supposed to see 1 vertical line, I see 2. When you’re supposed to see 1 horizontal line, I see 2. I have prisms in my glasses to correct for one eye that is too far out and one that is too far up but at the time I had no idea this was a problem. I don’t think a crossbow would be of any use. If I hit something, it would be entirely by accident. 🙂

      • I have single-eye double vision as well. But what little vision I do have is so distorted I don’t think I would recognize a straight line. I have to magnify everything and then decipher it in my mind. A horse standing five feet in front of me would be invisible. Eventually by scanning everything in front of me I could tell you that it was a horse, but not the color or any detail. It would really help if the horse made a recognizable noise. 🙂 I think it is hard for people with good vision to understand what low vision is like for people like you and I.

      • I, too, have to use the scanning technique. I discovered it on my own because there wasn’t anyone who knew how to help me. Besides, if you don’t know you have a problem, you think everyone does it that way. 🙂

        You probably did the same. It’s strange how an object can be right there, but it can take several scans to find it. I do okay when I know the terrain, but trying to navigate through airports by myself has landed me on my butt more than once.

      • Unfamiliar territory is exhausting. I think that’s why a lot of low vision and blind people just stay home. 😦 Fortunately, most people are really helpful.

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