It's a little brain jiggling to watch this macro footage of incense burning because you're seeing fire disintegrate the burning light but hear a pitter patter that resembles rain fall. And what the most backwards thing is that the strongest sense of incense — the smell, duh — can't be felt. The juggling of senses is fun, seeing things you don't typically see, hearing things you can't hear and not smelling things you can smell.
Seeing And Hearing Incense Burn From Up Close Feels Like Soothing Rain
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