Our long, wet, fragrant Spring


I’m happy that I can’t photograph the beautiful scents of blossoms. We get too many of our sensations through screens these days, and they are pale imitations of reality.

For all the moaning about this year’s cool, rainy weather, one benefit stands out. The city streets are permeated with floral scents of blooms that seem to love the conditions. Haven’t they lasted longer and made more perfume this year?

2 thoughts on “Our long, wet, fragrant Spring

  1. It’s on the south end of Woodbine Park. There are many, many of these trees in bloom and they smell fantastic. I have heard people extoll the fragrant breezes of Hawaii but I can’t imagine that they are any better than what we are experiencing right here, this year.

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