Everything outside are coated with a nice dusting of yellow from the birch trees enthusiastically unloading their pollen upon us. Which gave me an excuse to research microscopic imagery of the world right underneath our (running) noses.
According to science it's a bumper crop, and it's starting to wreak havoc on sinuses and sanity. Seems like it was just the other day we were complaining about how cold it was... next will be mosquitoes, followed by smoke from forest fires and then... wait, what? Winter already?