The retina vitrea is the inner part of the eye.
It’s also the area of the retina that we see, and in order to see it, the eye has to have a lens, or “mirror”.
The retina also has a bunch of nerves that send signals to the brain.
The nerves are not the only ones in the retina, though.
Other organs also have their own retina, or central retina, as well as an inner retina.
But it’s the inner retina that makes up the majority of the human retina.
There are about 100 million neurons in the eye, which means each of those neurons sends a certain amount of information about the world around it to the rest of the brain (called the retinal ganglia).
When you look at something, your brain processes that information.
It takes information from the retina to the other parts of the body, and then it’s processed by the rest part of your brain to make sense of that information, and decide whether it’s good or bad, right?
So the central retina is basically the brain’s “miracle” eye.
The retina has a lot of nerve endings, and it’s not just any nerve endings.
It has some specialised cells called cones, which are part of our eyes’ colour vision system.
They see in shades of green, yellow and red, which makes it easy for us to see things like people or flowers.
There’s also a pair of cones that are part part of sight that see in bright light.
When you’re looking at an object, your eyes process the information coming from your retina into a representation of that object, called a colour image.
But sometimes you’ll also see light coming from the outside of the object, and this information is then converted into a more abstract representation called a “visual scene”, which your brain can then use to see what’s happening in that scene.
So what happens when you look in the dark?
Your eyes don’t see anything, but the information in the image is converted into an abstract representation of what’s going on inside your eyes.
So your brain’s brain can do all the work, and you can’t really see anything.
It can’t make sense out of the information that’s coming from you.
In the real world, though, you can.
When we look at an image, our eyes do not have the same ability to process the image, because our eyes have to look directly at the object.
So we can only see things that are around us, or that we can see in the real time.
In some cases, we can actually see objects that are close to us, like cars and people.
But we can’t see things at a distance.
So for us, seeing things at the distance is really hard.
When the light hits something, our eye can see something.
But the retina is only able to process information from a small area of light.
So when light hits the retina in the distance, it can’t convert that light into a visual scene.
It simply converts it into a “negative space”, which is the visual equivalent of a black and white image.
And this is what causes us to have visual hallucinations, and to see the world differently.
If you see things very close to you, you’re likely to experience these hallucinations because your brain is processing the information from your retinal cone cells as a negative space, and converting it into an image of a different colour.
In other words, your retina is just using this negative space to process visual information.
But if you look away, your retinas ability to see is completely blocked.
So it’s only when you’re at a certain distance from the object that you’re able to see something, and that’s when the information can start to be converted into the kind of visual scene that you normally see.
If we look around in the world, we’re seeing a lot more of that negative space than we are.
It turns out that if you’re sitting in a dark room, it’s easier to see objects than it is to see dark objects.
For example, if you stand near a window and look up, you’ll see light reflected from the window, but it’s hard to tell if the light is actually reflected from that window or from another object nearby.
So in the darkness, if your eyes are dark, you don’t really have a lot to do, and your visual system can only process information coming directly from your eye, so you’re just getting a distorted representation of the world.
If there’s a light source, your eye can actually take the light in and convert it into the image you normally would, so that you see what you’re seeing.
But even in the dim light of the night, you have to be really careful because your visual systems are not as good as the rest, because they’re processing information from all parts of your body