Glistening dewdrops on a spider's web.
The filaments in a cat's eye.
Geometric striations of ice crystals on a frozen puddle.
The subtle shades of colors when sun shines on a head of hair.
Rainbows swirling in oil on water.
The second sense, sight- is more than seeing a red jacket.
If I tell you a red woolen jacket, in your mind can you see the fuzzies of the wool? Nothing is absolute; even in total darkness, our eyes can be fooled into seeing the barest bit of light...or is it our memory or imagination working? Rarely is anything a solid color because light bends and refracts and reflects.
So look closely. See stitches and edges and veins and all the 'imperfections' that reveal a complex world.
See you soon...