It’s in the air

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Well isn’t this so idyllic and picturesquely..?

Wherever in the world we are seeing a fishing port and meet fishermen
there is often an aroma of don’t know what
after all an aroma of fish and the seagulls love it.

There are as many descriptions as there are noses
scent, odor, stink, smell or maybe fragrance
many fishermen claim it’s the smell of cash
while the seagulls claims it’s the smell of food.

Guests, like fish, begin to smell after three days
(Benjamin Franklin – american politician)

With the inspiration from Ailsa and her worth visting blog
Where’s my backpack?
this is my version of the travel theme this week “Fragrant

29 tanker om “It’s in the air

  1. I hope that quote, which I like, isn’t always true as I’ll be visiting my parents in Arizona for two weeks during January!! 🙂 As for the fragrance in the photo, most of the time, it’s a wonderful one.

    janet

    • #.janet
      Yeah you know that there are no rules without exceptions
      – I’m sure you are one of those exceptions,
      and your mum and dad will tell you so too… 🙂

      Thanks a lot really appreciateyour words… 🙂 🙂

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  5. 😀 I think my guests have been quite tolerant and realised when it’s the right time to leave before everyone starts smelling fishes…
    And…yes, I can’t deny I still love ports, no matter what the smell is…because there’s something else in the air for me – the seven seas, adventure, longing, returning home, a bit of nostalgy…one really lovely mix!

    • #.ese
      When I’m someones guest,
      I really care about not smelling like old fishes… ‘hahaha’

      My birthplace was a little tiny island, so life of port means a lot to me – love the atmosphere – as you mentioned a port includes so many feelings of all kind… 🙂

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