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Photographer Wants To Show Everyone How People With Tritanopia See The World

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Davide Sasso, who also goes by the name Redunchained is a photographer based in Italy and is the one behind an unusual photography project. His latest photography project has the sole purposed of showing the world how people with Tritanopia actually see the world. Davide traveled to a lot of places to take photographs that simulate the view of the colorblind with Tritanopia.

Tritanopia is a type of color blindness where a person is not able to distinguish between blue and yellow colors. Impaired blue and yellow vision is the central symptom that is connected with this condition. However, people who have Tritanopia can see red and green which you will notice from the photographs Davide took. Unlike other forms of colorblindness, this type of blindness is not caused by an x-linked recessive trait but by a genetic mutation.
There are other types of color blindness, such as Deuteranomalia and Protanopia but only 0.00003% of the population has total color blindness.

The pictures that Davide Sasso took are from places such as Three Peaks of Lavaredo, the Lake of Braies, and the forest of Sila, in Calabria.

Here are some of them, compiled by Bored Panda. 

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1. Cute little fox!

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2. This is still as stunning as reality

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3. A marvelous sight!

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4. The Grand Budapest Hotel?

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5. That one leaf that stands out

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6. The wires look so cool in blue

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7. The woods

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8.  Sasso traveled to a lot of places to take these astonishing photographs

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9. How people who have tritanopia see the woods

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10. Our world is truly beautiful, color or not

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11. Stunning!

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12. Beautiful nature

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13. A lot of red

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14. Another photograph of the woods

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15. The water looks like fruit punch

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16. Amazing!

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17. The forest

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Source: boredpanda

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