Hi, Ever since I began writing I have had great difficulty in describing and setting the scene on the page. I can see the place or character or whatever in my head very plainly, but it's hard to use all five senses during my story. For example, smell is one which I find difficult to do. I usually say something like "the smell of walnuts wafted into his nose and he let out a sigh of pleasure." Perhaps it's fine once or twice to say it in this way, but when it's used every single time in this fashion (as I always do), it can get especially tedious. Is there a way for me to improve on this besides writing and practicing, or is it simply an 'experience matters' answer? Is there always need to use all five senses (this seems an obvious yes to me, but I may be wrong)? Thoughts and suggestions?