If one picture can say a thousand of words, imagine how long the story would be if there was, lets say a wall full of them.

Central Heterochromia (also known as Sectoral Heterochromia) is an eye condition in which there are two different colors in the same iris. Central Heterochromia is where the central (pupillary) zon.

Hugo and Lily counted each other’s freckles every year. Lily always had the most.