Vol. 70 COMMONO reproducts

When it rains, the earthy aroma would hit your nose. Probably since I assume there might be no smell of water dropping from the sky, after it hits the ground and interact with dirt, those fresh and great scents of aroma will be released to tease your sense. What is more interesting as I get myself into this type of smells is that it has a name. Petrichor is the name originated from the Greek words “Petra” meaning “stone,” and “ichor,” which refers to the fluid that flows like blood in the veins of the gods. Well, I do not really care about the name of it and I am Continue Reading →