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Visual snow gallery

Diurnal visual snow

Black and white visual snow at day

alexxx [subject #435], Grainy vision, 2007. "ok here are some pics I made quickly... they're not very good but they portray quite well what I see." © 2007 alexxx (larger image see here)

TheFaintSmile [subject #506], Grainy vision, 2008. © 2008 TheFaintSmile (larger image see here)

TheFaintSmile [subject #506], Grainy vision, 2008. © 2008 TheFaintSmile (larger image see here)

Wendi Triplet Mom [subject #147], Visual snow, 2007. © 2007 Wendi Triplet Mom (see here

Wendi Triplet Mom [subject #147], Visual snow on white, 2007. © 2007 Wendi Triplet Mom (see here)

Wendi Triplet Mom [subject #147], Visual snow on black, 2007. © 2007 Wendi Triplet Mom

Wendi Triplet Mom [subject #147], Visual snow that I see, 2006. © 2006 Wendi Triplet Mom [more]

fashionfoto [subject #361], Vision disturbances at day, 2007. Black and white visual snow "much worse in shadows, not always this intense (as in right top corner)". © 2007 fashionfoto

Black visual snow at day

b c c runner [subject #73], Visual snow, 2006. © 2006 b c c runner [more]

b c c runner [subject #73], Visual snow, 2006. © 2006 b c c runner [more]

ChelleWMCN [subject #272], Black visual snow, 2007. © 2007 ChelleWMCN

ChelleWMCN [subject #272], Black visual snow, 2007. © 2007 ChelleWMCN

ChelleWMCN [subject #272], Black visual snow, 2007. © 2007 ChelleWMCN

ChelleWMCN [subject #272], Black visual snow, 2007. © 2007 ChelleWMCN

Morne [Subjekt #389], Persistierende "Glaskörpertrübungen" (kleine Körner und bakterienartige Gebilde), 2007. © 2007 Morne (größeres Bild siehe hier)

White visual snow at day

Lucidbulbs [subject #480], Visual snow, 2007. © 2007 Lucidbulbs (larger image see here)

alexxx [subject #435], Sparkles, 2007. © 2007 alexxx (larger image see here)

alexxx [subject #435], Random sparkly things and strange shimmerings I sometimes get, 2007. © 2007 alexxx (larger image see here)

JT [subject #511], Worms, 2008. © 2008 JT (larger image see here)

Anonymous, Seeing Stars/Gnats (cells?), undated. © 2006 Anonymous (lost webpage)

nateoa [subject #257], Weird visual phenomena (floaters, sparks, snow), 2006. © 2006 nateoa [more]

Papanague [subject #46], Disturbed "visual snow" vision, 2006. © 2006 Papanague [more]

Metro Dynamics, Window, 2006. "In addition to the persistent 'buzz' or static-like disturbance and floaters, I've depicted the dim dark pulsations that sometimes occur at the lower periphery of my vision. The scene is a view out an airplane window." © 2006 Metro Dynamics [more]

Tobias [subject #418], Persistent migraine aura with flickering in the entire visual field, 2007. © 2007 Tobias

Coloured visual snow

ESmazter [subject #429], Coloured visual snow at daylight, 2007. © 2007 ESmazter

Mat [Subjekt #425], Visual snow, 2007. © 2007 Mat (larger image see here)

Anonymous, Visual snow/static, undated. © 2006 Anonymous (lost webpage)

jimjones235 [subject #172], Visual snow (dots), 2006. ©2006 jimjones235 [more]

HenrikKJ [subject#074], Visual snow, 2006. © 2006 HenrikKJ

HenrikKJ [subject#074], Visual snow, 2006. © 2006 HenrikKJ

Technicolor [subject #283], Visual static, 2007. © 2007 Technicolor [more]

Helmut [subject #296], Visual snow and floaters, 2007. © 2007 Helmut [more]

coggy321 [subject #432], Grainy vision, 2007. © 2007 coggy321 (larger image see here)

246810 [subject #155], Pixellated vision, 2006. "In the photo of the car I enlarged the pixels so that you can better see them. It is a bit exaggerated, but I hope it helps understand what it is like to see visual snow. In reality the pixels are moving very quickly, like the snow on TV." © 2006 246810

Westwing [subject #76], Visual snow, 2006. © 2006 Westwing (larger image see here)

Lea [subject #401], Visual snow and 3 floaters, 2007. © 2007 Lea

Jochen [subject #320], Visual snow, 2007. © 2007 Jochen

Metro Dynamics, Vision before and after onset of persistent aura, 2006. © 2006 Metro Dynamics [more]

Sebastian W., Eye noise, 2006. Image from the German forum Eye noise - The forum for unexplainable eye diseases. © 2006 Sebastian W. (see here)

ChelleWMCN [subject #272], Swirls, 2007. © 2007 ChelleWMCN

ChelleWMCN [subject #272], Swirls, 2007. © 2007 ChelleWMCN

MH [subject #265], Diurnal visual snow, 2007. © 2007 MH [more]

Nocturnal visual snow

White visual snow at night

Doplegager [subject #486], A Chance in Hell (a fantasy/horror webcomic), 2007. © 2007 Doplegager (larger image see here) [more]

ESmazter [subject #429], Visual snow, light points and streaks, 2007. "I will try to paint it because I can't explain it. Hmm this describes it roughly. This shows you how I see in the dark. The white dots come sometimes and move very fast like a meteorite." © 2007 ESmazter

viper1234556 [subject #42], Visual snow, 2006. "An image of what my snow appears like at night. During the day the snow is too subtle to really depict very well." © 2006 viper123456 [more]

MH [subject #265], Nocturnal visual snow, 2007. © 2007 MH [more]

Cowsi [subject #233], Visual snow, 2006. "I see that in dark areas, like now I can see it faintly on my wall." © 2006 Cowsi [more]

Technicolor [subject #283], Floaty dots, 2007. "The floaty dots are sort of like that. I just put it on a black background so it's easier to see. There's a lot of them, and they look like bright white pieces of dust almost. I notice them most if I look at the sky or at something that's white." © 2007 Technicolor [more]

Coloured visual snow at night

ohCRICKETS [subject #433], Sudden loss of vision, 2007. © 2007 ohCRICKETS (larger image see here)

jmc [subject #477], Visual snow at night, 2007. © 2007 jmc (see here)

Laura [subject #390], Visual snow, 2007. "It is a picture I made using Microsoft Paint. The blue, red, and white spots represent small light flashes, and I tried to indicate the fingertip whorl like pattern I have seen." © 2007 Laura (larger image see here)

fashionfoto [subject #361], Vision disturbance at night, 2007. "Looking at a wall at night in very dark room. Occasionally, but very often, 'swirling' blue and red blobs of colour." © 2007 fashionfoto

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