Yesterday I went to a newly reopened indoor pool just down the street where I live. Very convenient. It's one of the oldes indoor baths here, but completely renovated in the last two years.
Due to extensive exposure to BABB, I didn't simply relax there (note: make entry into YKYAABABBAW-thread), but made some observations I'd thought I can post here.
Here's the second one: (the first is here)
After spending most time with diving around (when I'm in a pool I'm usually more time under than above water) without some diving googles, my view usually gets foggy (above water), just as looking through some fog. When I looked at a very bright spotlight, I saw a small halo with rainbow colors around it, similar as you get when there is really fog.
Now that would mean that there are somewhere small droplets of water, but I've no idea where. I don't think they can be on the cornea of the eye, as this is wet and so droplets can't collect there.
It takes some minutes without diving until the "fog" goes away. Any explanations anyone?