Exhibit Brings New Meaning to Eyesight

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Mary Ann Fox of Fort Collins was considered legally blind a few years ago. She could barely read even a large print book. But she regained her sight thanks to corneal transplants. Fox was recently asked to take pictures of what she’d missed seeing. Some of her photos are on display at a gallery in Denver alongside other photos taken by people who’ve had their corneas transplanted. The show is called “The Circle of Light Photo Project.” It’s at the Artwork Network gallery. That’s where we met up with Mary Ann Fox and asked her to describe her favorite image.

"Clouds" and "Sand Dunes" by Mary Ann Fox, "Contrasts" by Peter Searle