1. What is it “to see”?
A. To see is taking in as much of something using your sense of sight. It is apprehending a subject by noticing every detail it presents. Like for example, seeing your new friend. You slowly notice every detail she has. Her hair, her eyes, her nose and even her imperfections. ‘To see’ can be very objective especially if you have seen something for the first time. It can also be subjective once you have seen the other side of an image. What we see is usually just for us. I mean, we all have different perspectives. Sometimes, what you see may not be what others see. Like, others may see a plain photograph but in your eyes it is a very special art. Bottomline is, we all cannot see the same things.
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