Woodland winter damp
That aroma of leaf mulch
Rich nature unraked
Reblogged this on The Militant Negro™.
Nicely evocative. xxxxx
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Thank you, Shey xxxxxxxxx
I could just smell that dampness of the mulch. xxx
That smell is the aroma of life, and I love it. Spread it around the garden and half your work is done for the summer crops. Hmmm….great fragrance of nature.
So much in so few words….brilliant!
Have a magnificent Monday, dear friend.
I love all those natural smells. They’re so much better than air freshners and synthetic perfumes. And here we are in January, smelling the promise of all our future crops. Planting time soon 🙂
You have a magnificent Monday, too, dear friend. I also hope your weather is as beautiful as mine is today. After days of grey and rain, I could feel the sun’s warmth on my face. It was sublime 🙂
And soooooo far away in this area of the globe!!
And to think they’re enjoying too much heat in parts of Australia just now, and not a scrap of mulch in sight!
Crazy, this globe we share…
I can smell it just reading these words Sarah!
It’s a wonderful smell, too 🙂 So much better than the fumes of a city, or bottled scent! But then I needn’t persuade you of that, Andrea, as I know you prefer the smells of the woodlands.
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