Writing Breakfast In The Sea
A moment of inspection in the form of metaphor, idiom, and allusion, if you don't particularly mind. Or if you do, but apologies in such a wise, and the hope that the case does not arise again. Without much further preamble, the brief message to convey.
Spectacle should not be performed at the cost of injuring a story's conveyance or internal logic.
A stain glassed window is often a beautiful thing, crafted to impress with eye catching detail and flow by an artisan, and it's wholly worth appreciating where appropriate.
But a stain glassed window should not be used in a submarine, where any open viewing material embedded in the hull poses a potential risk to structural integrity and air tight status, but particularly something meant purely as fanciful decoration. If things begin to go deep, the vessel will be crushed in for want of practical application instead of pretty fluff. It can, one desperately hopes unintentionally, kill the entirety of the necessary mood if done out of place.