MrFumejunkie 7 months ago
thank you ginger, appreciate the comment. best, danny
GothicHeart 18 months ago
Greece is full of sun and stone, so the idea was rather simple and I think I should have used both of them quite earlier. A million blue thanks!
GothicHeart 19 months ago
And I'm so glad I discovered it in its hidden, clandestine place. Apologies for being late doing it, but many not-so-clandestine thanks!
GothicHeart 20 months ago
The shower of adjectives you poured over my humble pictures describe the nouns depicted to a tee. A million grammar thanks!
Very glad that you liked my little tribute to German perfumery. These two excellent (not in olfactory terms necessarily) pieces are a very good example of how male fragrances have evolved through he years. Many Joopisch thanks!
The little lady is actually watching the "awesome eye-catcher" and this is what made her emerge a bit from her hiding place. Lots of thanks!
They always come from special scents and memories. Thanks a million!
Yes, it's levelling all competition and then towers above it. Many high and mighty thanks!
Any credits should be appointed to the perfumes themselves and the fascinating stories they always tell me. Thank you very, very much!
I love it when something is rendered pure through its impurities! Lots of thanks!
GothicHeart 24 months ago
It's the way that perfumes illuminate some of our darkest hours. Or the other way around in some cases. Many gothic thanks!
GothicHeart 24 months ago
Since 1969. Lots of "green mathematics" thanks!
Exactly! Such an atrocity should have never been released! 1 Million golden thanks!
No, it's the same old fire that left some of my spices unscathed, so to give Insensé and Cacharel pour l"Homme their rather interesting backgrounds. And thanks to my hoarding habit, this fire engine from 1972 (with which I played as a kid) finally made it on the internet...A million hot and spicy thanks!
I did smoke a cigar while making the picture, along with having some Habanita dabbed on my wrists. It's always a stunning combination! Muchas gracias cubanos!
Exactly Ginger! This is the only case I know where white musk feels so cold and rather frightening, having nothing to do with tenderness and innocence. Lots of gothic orchestrated thanks!
It's not a promise, it's a threat! That's why it has all these tall guys covering its back. The short 1976 one is its mother...Many-many thanks!
Don't worry Ginger. It was fun actually! It may have destroyed a couple of cupboards and all my food supplies, but it gave me very good material for pictures and decoration.
I thought it would be nice to get something good out of my kitchen which got on fire a month ago. Many burning thanks!
Ysatis is a strange case to me. Although I never really liked it, I can't help but admit that it's a huge perfume and a cornerstone of the '80s. Classy, intoxicating and named after an ancient Persian city, it always tells me stories of triumphs and dramas that took place in its sands. Thanks a million!