Saturday, May 1, 2010


Had to go to Casper this week for eye tests schedualed every two hours 8:00, 10:00, noon, 2:00 and 3:00. Fun day. Between 2 and 3 I didn't have much time to do anything so went up the road from Doc's office and photographed Pronghorn Antelope. This fellow was very obliging and I got a lot of pictures of him.
Guess I have some glaucoma in my left eye and get to have nightly drops.

4 comments:

Katherine van Schoonhoven said...

Gary! Thank you for stopping by my blog! You live in a beautiful part of the country and I hope to get back there next year. Timing is everything, it seems. I saw my first moose ever in Grand Tetons National Park and it was a thrill.

You have a lovely family! I enjoy seeing your wilderness paintings and photographs. Keep up the great work!

Yikes about the glaucoma! Are drops enough?

AutumnLeaves said...

Not the best news there, but I hope it is treatable, Gary. Can't believe that right down the road from the doc's you see such visions as this guy!

James Parker said...

As an artist and photographer, ANY eye problems are just a bit more of an impact. Hope the eyedrops do the job...keep us posted. Great pronghorn shot.

Elizabeth Seaver said...

Glad you're treating the glaucoma. That's the key! We can't do without your fabulous eye for wildlife and painting!