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    Perhaps it's more his powers of observation (no pun intended) that are superior to others rather than his eyesight?

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    Quote Originally Posted by theoneandonlyem View Post
    Perhaps it's more his powers of observation (no pun intended) that are superior to others rather than his eyesight?
    This, plus my eyesight is terrible without glasses but fantastic with them.

    I assumed it was more of an intuition than a sight thing though...

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    Plus all the other seekers seem to just follow Harry's lead because he's always got a fast broomstick.

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    I have glasses too, I wear contacts but without them can barely see anything. With them I can see but still not tiny things far away.

    The intuition thing though I could accept. I only thought of it because DS1 and I are listening to the Philosopher's Stone audio book and he could see the broken wing on the key whereas Ron and Hermione couldn't.

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    I think it's because he does more risky things when flying, I think in some of the games the other seeker had spotted it first he was just better at catching it.

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    Well it was his agility and speed flying on his broomstick that got him the spot on the quidditch team initially after catching Neville's ball thing, rather than his eyesight.

    I'm currently listening to Order of the Phoenix audiobook. I do love Stephen Fry's voice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theoneandonlyem View Post
    Well it was his agility and speed flying on his broomstick that got him the spot on the quidditch team initially after catching Neville's ball thing, rather than his eyesight.

    I'm currently listening to Order of the Phoenix audiobook. I do love Stephen Fry's voice.
    Rememberall? Is that what it was called? Yeah, HP bossed that. Quidditch was probably one of my favourite parts of HP... And Diagon Alley.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Best Things View Post
    Rememberall? Is that what it was called? Yeah, HP bossed that. Quidditch was probably one of my favourite parts of HP... And Diagon Alley.
    Haha yeah I just couldn't work out the spelling and then autocorrect got involved... I was disappointed that there wasn't as much quidditch in the latter books/movies. It really was awesome. I also want to check out Diagon Alley and Hogsmeade. If only they were real places *sigh*

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    How indeed GQ - love HP, also have regular HP DVD marathons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beebs View Post
    How indeed GQ - love HP, also have regular HP DVD marathons.
    I love all the movies. It's a shame a marathon takes so long! 8 movies all over 2 hours... I love watching all the characters grow.

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