-Poul Anderson, "Starfog" IN Anderson, Flandry's Legacy (Riverdale, NY, 2012), pp. 709-794 AT p. 725.
Silver and sunset colors;
salt odors, which also suggest taste;
Either Poul Anderson deliberately crowded four (or five) of the senses into just three sentences or he habitually and unreflectingly incorporated a multi-sensory perspective into every descriptive passage. Maybe when I walk by the river or near a lake, I should practice writing a few sentences that describe the scene by appealing to at least three of the senses. It will not be as easy as Anderson makes it look.