Well, nearsightedness focuses the image somewhere around here in front of the retina. I know it doesn’t focus on the retina, because that’s perfect vision. So, it has to be here, behind the retina.>>Exactly Lauren, and this happens when the retina doesn’t bend the light far enough. So, we have a situation something like this. Of course the light doesn’t actually go back behind the retina, gets collected here. But this is where it would be focused.