While water is always just water, it does have a tendency to unearth a variety of odors when it pours down over forests, cities, and countrysides alike. Blame the changes on a variety of factors, whether manmade or natural. After all, clouds are only as good as the particles of which they are made. Moreover, trees and plants are at very different stages in their life cycles between winter and summer and as a result, they emit different fragrances when refreshed with a much-needed drink of fresh water from the clouds above.
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