What makes the sight so breathtaking is knowing that the webs are always there; we just don't see them.
Much as fish don't see water and the prejudiced are sure they aren't, many things in life are invisible due to attitude, upbringing, rank, privilege, status, nationality, or a plethora of blinders, blind spots, and blindfolds. It's so difficult to see what's right in front of us that the wise intentionally seek different perspectives in the knowledge that collective sight is sharper and less obtuse than individual sight.
And the foolish among us? They seek the bland homogeneity of agreement, convinced that the number of people who see it (or don't) is the litmus test of "truth."