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The big revelation: Aliyah Arambul, pictured, almost lost her eyesight during an accident in 2017, but thanks to various operations, she has her eyesight back in her left eye; something she and her mother wanted to celebrate with a photo shoot

After wearing an eye patch for more than 2,600 hours, a little girl can finally see again – and her mother was there to record the emotional moment when she took off the dressing for the last time.

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Aliyah Arambul, five, injured her left eye in 2017 when she played with a practice band she had found nearby.

For the past two years, the Washington resident has had a & # 39; long journey & # 39; had surgery, eye drops, doctor's visits and wearing an eye patch – until a recent operation restored her eyesight.

The big revelation: Aliyah Arambul, pictured, almost lost her eyesight during an accident in 2017, but thanks to various operations, she has her eyesight back in her left eye; something she and her mother wanted to celebrate with a photo shoot

Overcoming adversity: Aliyah Arambul, in the photo, almost lost her eyesight during an accident in 2017, but thanks to various operations, she has her eyesight back in her left eye; something she and her mother wanted to celebrate with a photo shoot

The big unveiling! The five-year-old can be deducted from her eye patch in the shoot while posing in a Wonder Woman outfit

The big unveiling! The five-year-old can be deducted from her eye patch in the shoot while posing in a Wonder Woman outfit

The big unveiling! The five-year-old can be deducted from her eye patch in the shoot while posing in a Wonder Woman outfit

The big unveiling! The five-year-old can be deducted from her eye patch in the shoot while posing in a Wonder Woman outfit

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The big unveiling! The five-year-old can be deducted from her eye patch in the shoot while posing in a Wonder Woman outfit

Being a photographer by profession, Aliyah & # 39; s mom Jessie was inspired to capture the moment when her little girl took off her eye patch for the last time.

& # 39; Great announcement! After 2646 hours of patching, [three] operations and too many drops to count, our girl is finally ready, & Jessie wrote down Facebook.

& # 39; Follow-up visits happen, but the sight in her injured eye is 20/25 and now remains stable for a year! & # 39;

Jessie emotionally thanked Aliyah & # 39; s doctor for her & # 39; great care & # 39; while she shared the images.

& # 39; Photos are from yesterday and her literal last time she had taken off her patch, & # 39; she added.

Speak against Good morning America, Jessie said: & # 39; I asked [Aliyah] who she wanted to be and she said: & # 39; a superhero! & # 39;

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& # 39; I became emotional because it was a long journey. That was the last time she took off her patch. & # 39;

Smiling: the cute young person is seen smiling while pulling the eye patch off her left eye, something she has worn for more than two years since the accident

Smiling: the cute young person is seen smiling while pulling the eye patch off her left eye, something she has worn for more than two years since the accident

Smiling: the cute young person is seen smiling while pulling the eye patch off her left eye, something she has worn for more than two years since the accident

Superhero: Mom Jessie said that Aliyah in the photo never looked as happy as she did on the day of the photo shoot

Superhero: Mom Jessie said that Aliyah in the photo never looked as happy as she did on the day of the photo shoot

Superhero: Mom Jessie said that Aliyah in the photo never looked as happy as she did on the day of the photo shoot

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In 2017, when Aliyah was injured with the tape she found outside, she was taken to hospital by her concerned parents.

Because her iris was filled with blood, the doctor sent her to the Oregon Health & Science University Hospital in Portland, Oregon, after which she brought the child to the Casey Eye Institute.

She was unable to look out of her left eye and underwent multiple operations to correct the damage.

& # 39; It was hard not to lose hope, & # 39; Jessie said about the turbulent time.

& # 39; Every time she had an extra step from a different field of view on that map, it was such a relief. & # 39; n

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For over two years, the youth wore a patch to help her brain re-communicate with her eye, and soon her vision began to improve.

To celebrate the memorable moment when her eyesight had returned and she no longer had to wear the patch, the mother and daughter took a photo shoot with the theme Wonder Woman.

& # 39; She had the biggest smile on her face when she was done, & # 39; Jessie said.

Costume: in the images praised online, Aliyah wears a pink, blue and gold Wonder Woman-inspired outfit

Costume: in the images praised online, Aliyah wears a pink, blue and gold Wonder Woman-inspired outfit

Costume: in the images praised online, Aliyah wears a pink, blue and gold Wonder Woman-inspired outfit

Stars: the tailor-made suit contains golden stars and a personalized print on the back
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Stars: the tailor-made suit contains golden stars and a personalized print on the back

Stars: the tailor-made suit contains golden stars and a personalized print on the back

Stars: the tailor-made suit contains golden stars and a personalized print on the back

Stars: the tailor-made suit contains golden stars and a personalized print on the back

In the photos, Aliyah wears a custom-made cape made for her by a local company, Labor of Love Custom designs from Mela.

The sparkling royal blue cape is printed with & # 39; 2646 hours & # 39; – referring to the amount of time she had to wear the protective eye patch.

The powerful and emotional photo shoot was praised by Facebook users.

& # 39; What an incredibly brave and beautiful sweetheart of a child. God bless her forever and ever, & a commentator said.

Another wrote: & # 39; Ahhh this is great! I am so happy for you! What a strong beautiful girl! & # 39;

A user also shared with Jessie that she is going on the same journey with her own five-year-old who injured her eye, adding that the photo series had given her hope.

Glasses: Aliyah continues to wear her reading glasses, which she wore for the photo shoot along with her cute little crown

Glasses: Aliyah continues to wear her reading glasses, which she wore for the photo shoot along with her cute little crown

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Glasses: Aliyah continues to wear her reading glasses, which she wore for the photo shoot along with her cute little crown

Doc: Aliya poses with her eye doctor, Dr. Lorri Wilson, to whom Jessie thanked

Doc: Aliya poses with her eye doctor, Dr. Lorri Wilson, to whom Jessie thanked

Doc: Aliya poses with her eye doctor, Dr. Lorri Wilson, to whom Jessie thanked

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