Floater or Flying Insect

Lately, when I dine al fresco, as I do often in Florida, much of my time is spent wondering if I’m watching a gnat buzz around my meal, or if it’s just a floater plaguing my vision.

Gnat

Floaters

Today I swatted at an insect only to realize it was literally all in my head. It’s almost as if I have a lame 3D movie playing continuously, and I keep reaching for the illusion.

I’m sure I’ll get used to the effect, but what if a real gnat lands on my meal? What if I swallow one? I have a bad feeling about this.

Peace, people!

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

5 thoughts on “Floater or Flying Insect”

  1. Make sure you go to ER when a floater obstructs your vision, or when you see the light flashes and black vignette . My photographer friend is recovering after his laser surgery after he got detached retina, and I had the same thing last year. Keep your eye on those insects 🙂

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