Not long ago, I met David, who suffered from visual impairment. For 11 years he struggled to perceive and integrate into the world. His story opened a new realm of questions for me. Conducting repeated interviews with him, I understood that we adapt to any situation, including vision loss. We are created, set to discover, thrive, and explore anthropological possibilities. The project is presented from David’s perspective, and the narrative images show the beauty of the banality of the world. The series, based on memory and imagination, illustrates not only the physical vision loss but also an inner journey involving the fear and emotions about becoming totally blind. The blurred images are accompanied by David’s text and transport the viewer towards indefinite darkness in which physical sight is diminished and obscured but artistic vision is enhanced. The experience of these series is to expand this conceptual expression within the visual realm. Blind illustrates a synergy of the physical (corporeal) experience framed within the context of a metaphysical journey to form a unique vision beyond sight.