Expanding our sight to see the layers

As I drove back home through the lanes, I noticed the vast expanse of an incoming weather front in the sky above.

We have a lot of sky in Wales.

But this sight was unusual, to see the sky so clearly divided between heavy cloud and clear blue.

Turning into our little lane, I saw something even more astonishing. The juxtaposition between the weather front in the sky and a shaft of sunlight setting a small hawthorn bush on fire.

The expansive and the detailed.

Most of the time, we see one or the other. Either or.

I wonder if these are days where we need to develop our sight to see both at the same time.