Let's say you're writing about a car accident. Some of the details of the accident don't play a bigger role in the story (colour of the car, the model, etc). Do you think these details should be included? At which point do we leave the reader to build the rest of the setting, and to which extent must we provide detail to help their foundation? In other words, how do we know when we have provided enough for the reader to work with? How do you gauge your detailing? Too little and your readers might not be able to paint a good picture; too much and you risk losing their interest or overwhelming them. How do you find that balance?