“Three seconds after the big bang, colour is born in the middle of the vacuum”
Close your eyes and imagine an explosion of luminous fragments, of florals and metallics, of bright scents on a dark and dense base, all of these elements being unfolded by the specific presence of Clearwood, a molecule able to give transparency to wood and patchouli.
A disconcerting electric symphony. A summer storm in a garden from another galaxy.
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The Veil nebula is famous among astronomers because it can’t be seen easily, but when it can be, its image is dazzling! Extraordinarily thin filaments illuminate the surrounding darkness of space with vivid neon colours that contrast and complement each other to illuminate the dark void. What would this elusive Nebula smell like?