Sorry for confusing title, let me explain in a bit more detail. Now, we all have these things floating in our view. The cause of those is all that stuff that floats in the liquid inside our eyes. They are quite harmless and usually not distracting at all. But I have recently been having one of those spots that is quite distracting indeed. First things first, it's a small dark spot, considerably darker than usually (usually those floating thingies are next to transparent). Also, it follows my eyesight. It's not right in the middle of my view. But when I see it, I naturally try to focus on it. And as I move my eyes, it moves around accordingly. So it's never in the middle of my sight, and because of that I keep on trying to focus on it. Now, normally that thing is not an issue at all, but it is an issue when I'm looking at an computer-screen. Especially if the thing I'm looking on the screen is light, like this website I'm looking at right now. Light background makes that spot more visible. It's in my left eye. Now, since this thing follows my eyesights, could it be a speck of dust that is stuck right in front of the pupil? So maybe a good rinse with water would loosen it? But then again, it survives when I close my eyes, so maybe it's something else? This thing is really annoying and distracting.