|This image was made by smearing together hundreds of photos; it's by Toronto photographer Matt Molloy, and it's called time-stacking. Source.|
I wrote a whole book on approximation and ambiguity. Not really; it was about smells and how the language of smells is imprecise and ambiguous.
But really, we see here how the slowly thawing truth of a quantum science is smearing our sense of reality all over the place:
'Blurred times' in a quantum world
Mar 2017, phys.org
The more precise a given clock is, the more it "blurs" the flow of time measured by neighbouring clocks.