Looks: When I hit the table that the cup is on the water looks as if someone were to through a little pebble into a lake causing little rings of ripples around the center. When I shake the cup back and forth it looks as if there was just a boat rocking on the surface making the water to sway back and forth. When I keep the cup still the water lays very peacefully but still looks like the water still has tiny movements.
Smells: When I take a sniff of the faucet water I smell something very thin and fresh but yet somehow smelled cold. I could smell a clear ocean breeze.
Taste: As I drank the water it tasted very clear, and pure. The water felt very crisp and thin. When it entered my mouth it did not take very much effort to swallow it.
Feel: When I draped my finger into the clear liquid I could feel the thin cold substance wrap, and fit my finger. When I take a sip of the water and when it touched my lips I felt a cold shiver travel across my body. The air is easier I think to move your hand around in than to move your finger around in the water. The water whipped onto my fingerprint.
How is ice different from water?
I noticed immediately that ice is much colder than water and ice is much harder and has a bumpy texture. You cannot stick your finger in ice like you can with water and ice is not as clear as water it is more foggy. When you eat ice you cannot fully close your mouth you have to bite and chew before you swallow but with water you just have to swallow, there is no need to bite.
How is water vapor different from water?
Water vapor is very thin and hard to see. Water vapor is a gas and water is liquid. You can only breath in water vapor and not water. Water vapor rises and water stays in the place that it is. Water vapor only occurs when the water is quite warm. Water can be poured back in fourth or anywhere in a couple seconds and water vapor does not get poured that quickly.