You don’t view time. Time is abstract. Its how we reference the tangible reality of change.
You view change. And change is so ubiquitous that its sometimes overlooked.
Change happens from the quantum level (too small to be discernible by the human eye) right up to the galactic and universal (too big to be discernible by the human eye).
But you notice the earth spinning (day turns to night), your own breath, your own movement, your clock ticking. Change is all around and within us.
Time is both the dimension of change (the calibration e.g. clocks) and the collective ‘flow’ of all this change.
See the change and you ‘view’ time.