In the bottom picture where the camera is at is where the diamond is trying to draw light from.
2nd set of eyes but may have to pay for full appraisal to get it. Talk to them about it and they may discount.Thank you for the reply @Karl_K ! Your comment about not being a train wreck rattled me a bit. Not sure how concerned I should be. I am confused. Is it necessary to get a full appraisal if I just want a second pair of eyes to see the stone in person? Thank you again for taking the time to answer my questions!!!
I think you are confusing obstruction (which is basically your stone not getting "enough" light to sparkle due to light being blocked). This will happen in all stones to an extent as @Karl_K said, but some stones will have it happen more than others (see @Karl_K 's explanations above).I did. Was seeing what I thought was a dark spot which had me concerned. I thought vs1 should be eye clean. I think I may be confusing obstruction with inclusion. So now I am confused. Of course all the perfect stones on pricescope add to self doubt. As a first timer I am not sure what to think. I want to get a great stone of course. Yuketiel says it is eye clean.
It's getting late here, I need to put down the laptop, lol. I just noticed where I re-linked to the original thread that was already linked upstream. Sorry about that.@sledge yea saw that, that is what the shallow mains and twisted lowers comment above is based on.
Anytime you see a fairly large diffrence between one or 2 sets of arrown shafts that most often means there is twist in the lowers and likely a wide ranging pavilion angle.
Green circled area compared to the rest of the other areas between the arrow shafts.