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And it is David Bowie...………….
You win the praise of this kitten.
Okay, I jumped a little when I first opened up this forum and saw those eyes so up close. Yikes! But the stranger thing to me is the different size of the pupils in the eyes. Notice how the pupil of the blue eye is so much smaller than the other one. That's strange. If they're both in the same light you would think they would be the same size or at least close.
Why thank you, too cute!!!
David Bowie doesn’t have two different colored eyes. David Bowie has a condition called anisocoria, which is the medical term for unequal pupils. In 1962, aged 14, he got punched in the eye by his schoolfriend George Underwood, during an argument over a girl named Carol Goldsmith. George’s fingernail caught David’s eye and dislodged something.
The more you know...…………………..
Ohhhhh ... I was just getting ready to google "David Bowie eyes" to see what I would find. Thank you very much!
Happy to add to your wealth of knowledge!!
Thanks so much because my bank/brain is getting low as I age. And yes, that can be taken two ways and both are correct. LOL
Love the Header. I’m pleased you explained David Bowie’s eyes. I to have Anisocria. Not as markedly as David’s. So it was good to see you have taken the time to explain it perfectly on here. It is very striking on the Header.