Yes thats what I said, you cannot see light<quoted text>
Interaction covers a lot of territory.
True, you can't see the light itself, only its effects. It is thought the energy imparted to an object then causes that object to emit its own light which is what we "see". However, we can't see transmitted light, so it is the effect of that light on the circuitry in our bodies that we "see". Excitation of neurons, etc. "Feel" is also part of it, as in feeling the warmth of sunlight.
So we really don't "see" anything, we just sense it based upon how the sensors are designed and the input is decoded within the brain, which is actually just another transfer of this "light" energy via the neurons.
Interesting interaction of EM and "heat".
So you have this EM traveling rather fast, and in great variation as its effects get passed around the universe, yet it is done so that your circuitry can experience and maintain it for several orbits about the sun.
Surprisingly ordered for so much seemingly random action. Ripples of energy feeling ripples of energy for quite a while.
What we see is - the reflected photon energy is converted to electrical energy by the eye which in turn is transmitted by neurones to the relevant part of the brain
Nothing ordered about it.