A picture taken at a family wedding is being credited with saving the life of a 3-year-old girl from the U.K., according to a report.
The parents of Sophie Ripley were looking at the wedding snaps of the little girl and her twin sister Molly days later when they noticed Sophie's eyes were different colors.
Her right eye was blue, like those of her sister Molly, but her left eye had a black spot that puzzled her parents, Tracey and David Ripley.
A specialist diagnosed Sophie with retinoblastoma, which causes cancerous tumors to grow in the eyes.
Sophie, from Shiregreen, Sheffield in the U.K., had to have her eye removed and undergo chemotherapy before the cancer went into remission.