Somehow, I managed to let over 2 weeks pass since I last posted. I have been back from Dublin for over a week. It took me a while to readjust to local time, and I spent the week following my return in a bit of a fog. And a bit of a funk.
I didn’t manage to post anything while in Dublin, in large part because the internet connection I had where I stayed was pretty slow. (Okay, pretty agonizingly slow.) While there was a better connection at the conference venue itself, I didn’t tend to bring my laptop with me to the conference. Also, I was generally pretty busy being out and about seeing things, at least when not hunkered down and working and/or conferencing. I did, however, take plenty of photos, which I do hope to share here. (How many times have I said that? Well, I do always hope to.) In any case, the trip was wonderful, and I was charmed by Dublin.
Since I’ve been back, I’ve come close to posting a couple of times, but ran out of either time or steam. Or both.
I’ve been pretty busy since I’ve been back, too, especially the last couple of days. And I’m going to be pushing forward with my degree over the coming months.
Really, these photos have nothing to do thematically with what I’m writing about here, but I wanted to start posting something, and I liked these photos of raindrops on some flowers in my yard that I took last week. These were taken with my iPhone, and I am sometimes amazed at the clarity that its little camera can manage.
So, I’m back home. And back to blogging. (Expect to see some Dublin photos soon!)
6 thoughts on “O, blogger, where art thou?”
wow stunning photos, I can’t believe you can do that on an iphone, do you use an additional lens?
Hi, thanks for dropping by! There was no additional lens, just the built-in camera on my iPhone 4s. These are all cropped photos, though.
Welcome back! And a bit of a break is actually a healthy thing. I wouldn’t mind taking a few weeks off myself.
Happy to see you back and blogging, but totally understand why you’ve been away. I love these photos on this post. One of these days [okay maybe next fall] I’ll get one of those spiffy iPhones of which you speak! ;-)
Welcome back! These raindrops on flowers are beautiful.