A me ha fatto venire in mente una delle più belle ballate della letteratura inglese dedicate al mare, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, scritta nel 1798 da Samuel Coleridge, dalla quale ho ricavato il titolo di questo post. Pensate che è stata messa in musica dagli Iron Maiden...
When my husband saw me photographing this fragrance, he recognized it: It was one of the first gifts that I had done him years ago. Davidoff Cool Water has become an evergreen thanks to its freshness, both in the male and female version. It has been inspired by the ocean in this and limited edition, made of mint, lavender, neroli and sandalwood, matched with the campaign to save the waters of the world, Love The ocean.
The scent reminded me of one of the most beautiful ballads in the English literature dedicated to the sea, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, written in 1798 by Samuel Coleridge, from which I derived the title of this post. The poem was set to music by the Iron Maiden...
But how does the project Love the Ocean work? For every bottle of fragrance sold, Davidoff contributes to the protection of 10 thousand square meters of ocean.
Who then will post a picture of the ocean on the site Love-the-ocean.com, will help protect 5,000 square meters of ocean and create a sea of photos.
A jury will determine what is the best photo and the winner will take part in a journey together with National Geographic, partner of the event.
Another fresh scent that I really like is the eau fraiche version of see by chloé, created by Michel Almairac.
It's a fresh essence that warms up as minutes pass. Water hyacinth, apple blossom and jasmine mingle in fact with a sexy bottom of vetiver.
Amazing bottle :)))
Thanks to my son Lorenzo, 8 years, who took this last pic of me :)