On my annual visit yesterday, my usual fears were realized as the Dr wanted to dilate my pupils. Now, I don't need the lecture as to how important this is, especially at my age, so I always let him do it, I just don't like it. I had my sunglasses but the weather forecasters were wrong (again) and it was a sunny afternoon (clouds were forecast). As I was leaving, one of the gals at the desk offered me the cheapo plastic sunglasses they give away. I put them on over my sunglasses and it was a good thing. Now, to the point of all this. These cheap, plastic sunglasses have a near perfect sepia tone to them. In my dilated state, my eye focus was all out of whack and I could only think as I was driving along what an old timey look everything had. The sepia tone, the weird focus, soft-look that was common in the early days of photography. How interesting it was to view the world the way an old camera would have seen it. When I got home, I got to thinking about those cheap sunglasses with their sepia tone. Hmmm, they seem to be about the right size to fit over the SB 800. Within 5 minutes, I had cut 2 filters for the SB800. I did a quick trial this morning and I like what I see, so much so that I think further testing is in order. Obviously not the same as using a sepia filter on the lens, but now I have a pair of sepia filters for my flash and a clean bill of eye health for another year!