Fragrance Quote December 12th 2011 from The new northland By Louis Pope Gratacap

The sense of smell contributed its intoxication to the charmed surrender of eye and ear, for there was flung down from the tree-crowned cliffs the scent of wild flowers and the clean, resinous odors of the spruce. The wind singing, too, like a chord accompaniment to the cheerful ballad of the brook, and the heavy recitative of the waterfall, brought this fragrance to us, even as it swept in capricious rushes outward over the fiord to its gateway, through which the distant sea lay motionless like a blazoned shield, beyond the Skargaard.
The new northland
By Louis Pope Gratacap