I’ve often wondered what it would be like to be colorblind. How much beauty in the world would pass by unnoticed?
While rare cases of color blindness result in some people seeing everything in black and white, most with the condition are unable to distinguish between green and red. If that doesn’t sound like such a big deal, imagine not being able to see the color of grass or brilliant shades of Autumn. Flowers would blend right into their surroundings. You might even think you are wearing a pink hat, for example, when it’s really a stunning shade of cobalt blue.
When this 66-year-old Grandpa puts on a pair of EnChroma glasses and is able to see colors he’s been missing all this time, he’s completely overwhelmed. It’s hard to imagine what this must look like through his eyes.