Re: NANFA-- glasses magnify

Roselawn Museum (
Fri, 06 Jul 2001 13:49:04 -0400

OK Casper, since you got me interested in snorkeling, perhaps you'd like to
co-sign for my new mask! (Just kidding) On the other hand, if I get to see
any better than I do now, it's gonna' be hard to ever come out of the
water. (-:

Steven A. Ellis
Kennesaw, GA

At 12:42 PM 7/6/01 EDT, you wrote:
>hey steve...
>one of the bonuses of snorkling is everything appears larger. bottle caps
>look like lids, shoes look like the yeti's ( big foot ), snappers look like
>they could take your arm off! snorkling is like swimming with a big
>magnifying glass strapped to your head.
>as for corrective lens... i guess it depends on what kind of vision problems
>need correcting. near sight/ far sight and all those weird other words...
>stigmatism, etc. i... myself being 44 now am having trouble seeing things
>closeup as in reading or studying maps.i cant focus and sleepy eyed
blurry. i
>bought a pair of 10 dollar glasses at the drug store which work wonders. but
>i have not seen a problem while snorkling and viewing critters up close.
>if the prescription mask markedly enhances your experience... why hesitate.

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