There's a nice fuzz about all the interpretations of the visuality and visual turn today happening around us. However, not taking into account all the methodological debates and disputes about the place, relevance and substantiality of the research on visuality in today's humanities, we cannot deny one thing: it looks like there is much more of naked visuality to interpret and understand today than any when before. That is why here and now (although these concepts become too relative on the virtual plane) I start to express my passion on reflecting the visual today. It is not about the visual arts, not about the visual media, not about any "clear and distinct" object or field. Myself I have graduated from philosophy writing about things I read. Now I am going to write about things I see.