These eyes have seen a nuclear blast and it’s been the last thing they’ve seen. After the image of that bright flash of light, there has been nothing. The girl lived in Hiroshima when filthy war criminals that slowly fry in hell now threw an atomic bomb on the civilians there. The photo was taken in 1963 so the girl lived with her corneas burned for at least 18 years. The author of the photo is Swedish photographer Christer Strömholm.
In seven-tenths of a millisecond after the explosion, up to the distance of 60 miles, light from a 1 Megaton nuclear bomb is 30 times brighter than the Sun. Light this strong would cause instant, severe burns to the retinas. At a distance of up to 6 miles, the heat wave would cause melting of the eyeballs and 3rd degree burns.