September 02, 2012

Le Fotografie: Radio Silence

Even though the title of this blog is Radio Silence, I have to say, I'm going to try and put a stop to it!

Life has just become a bit hectic this week, and unfortunately blogging has taken the back foot. I've picked up a lot more hours at work, uni is starting to get down to business - research essays need to be thought of and other assignments are already due - and then I injured myself yesterday, tried to sleep it off and when that didn't work, spent more than a few hours in hospital which has meant that for most of today I have somewhat resembled a zombie.

Still, all is good! I'm on crutches for a few days and my brain is rather addled, but it was a new experience for me to be taken seriously - something that I'm hoping to explain on this space more within the next week or two, because it's bound to pop up every now and then.

I have a newfound love for these sandals.
They are very easy to get on, despite being unable to move my leg :P

In the meantime, and as I attempt to write up some of my Do What You Love dreams without giving too much away, I shall revert to my usual 'le fotografie' posts :P

Jacob's Ladder.
Unless you're super fit, I'd advise you avoid this very large set of stairs.
 I was puffing less than halfway up :P 

One of the University's resident peacocks.

Birthday celebrations that started with a run through the pouring rain :D

How great is Nageena's skirt??

Really, I should name these 'iPhonography', because that's what they are, but I am hoping to get my first roll of film developed this week after I screwed the last roll up, so then the name will be more suited!

Wish me luck, and I hope you all have a great week! :)

Over and out.
Rhi :) xx


Anonymous said...

I hope your film works out ok, I get so annoyed when I screw a roll of film up! And you have peacocks! That. is. so. awesome!

My Hideaway said...

Oh I hope your leg is ok! I know what it's like to suddenly be overwhelmed by school and work and life and suddenly your body has to go and be entirely too human also. Wishing you a speedy recovery and a few moments of calm to help get into the swing of things again. xo, Mary