Olfactory Sensations

Smells. Scents. Olfactory.

I love the smell of crayons – but not just any old crayons – it must be Crayola crayons.

crayola

I love the smell of rain.

rain

Especially in green wooded areas, like Washington.

WA

I love the smell of red, ripe, juicy strawberries.

strawberry

I love the smell of a juicy orange (even though I don’t eat them because I can’t stand the texture).

orange

I love the smell of warm oatmeal (even though, once again, I don’t eat it because I can’t stand the texture).

oatmeal

I love the smell of freshly baked cookies.

cookies

I love the smell of old books.

books

I love the smell of berries…black-, rasp-, straw-, blue-, etc.

berries

I love the smell of a clean little infant.

infant

I love the smell of a campfire (especially the way the clothes you wore smell the day after, and the day after that, until you wash them.)

campfire

I love the smell of a candle store, particularly Yankee Candle Co.

candle

I love the smell of a freshly clean house.Female hand wiping dining table

I love the smell of warm pecan pie.

pecan pie

I love the smell of most warm pies, actually.

pies

Ok, I love the smell of most baked goods. You got me.

baked goods

I am forever grateful for the sense of smell.

I am grateful for my nose.

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It’s the little things that

make life beautiful.

 
**first 16 images were obtained from Google image search**
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