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HINES, IL - NOVEMBER 05: Milton McFarland of Maywood, Illinois is fitted for sunglasses by optometry student Daman Gupta at the Central Blind Rehabilitation Center at the Edward Hines Jr. VA Hospital November 5, 2009 in Hines, Illinois. The Blind Rehabilitation Center offers various programs to help blind veterans develop the skills they need for independent living. McFarland, an Army veteran, began losing his eyesight in the 1970s when he was diagnosed with Ocular Histoplasmosis. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

How often do you get to witness a moment when someone’s life changes?  A colorblind California sheriff’s deputy was given a pair of EnChroma glasses that allowed him to see color for the very first time.

The glasses are expensive so his fellow deputies pitched-in to surprise him.  They were outside at a farm when they gave him the glasses and he immediately got his first look at all the colors of nature.  His first words were, “A different world.”

Humboldt County Sheriff's Office

"It's a different world" Today Correctional Deputy and Sheriff's SWAP Farm Manager Jeff Dishmon saw color for the first time. Correctional Deputy Samantha Freese and Dishmon have worked together for...