Fresh oranges draw a crowd of butterflies.
The salty, tangy scent of seaweed washed up on a rocky beach is not for everyone, but it smells like home to me.
All creatures great and small are soothed by lavender it seems
Belgian waffle smothered in Belgian dark chocolate…the smell alone has 300 calories!
I didn’t realize tulips had a fragrance until I was in a Dutch greenhouse filled with them.
Many would argue that a familiar smell can stir up more memories than the most vivid photograph. But since it is exceptionally difficult to collect fragrances as mementos of one’s travels, taking a photo whose subject captures the source of the scent can be the next best thing.
Ailsa at Where’s my backpack? thinks so, too, and invited her followers to participate in her weekly photo challenge, Travel Theme: Fragrant.