We have just returned from a wonderful weekend in my favourite city in the whole world, Venice. Apart from Friday, the weather was kind to us and it was a great opportunity for me to get to grips with my new travel camera, the Fuji X-E1. I have more than a few files to process and a review of this camera in the pipeline, to follow up on my review of the Sony NEX-7 in January. But I must concentrate on my studies for the next few days so they will have to wait. Suffice it to say that the camera is all I hoped and more. I am looking forward to May when I can get back to serious blogging and catching up on the blogs I follow.
So nice to see you check in! You have been missed, but I’ll wait patiently for your return. I seem to be getting a bit buried myself of late. Tackling new software and other life events.
Beautifully crisp shot. The finish of the Fuji X-E1 is pretty good.
It is indeed. I think I have become a camera hugger!
Stunning, Rachael. I find so much inspiration from your work; I’m pleased you’ll be sharing more soon. 🙂
Thanks, Tricia. I am sorry I haven’t been around much lately. I am really having to be strict with myself as this essay just refuses, most unreasonably, to write itself! I have a deadline of 1st May, after which I plan to immerse myself in all things photographic for a couple of weeks before the work really gets going on the big one, the dissertation!
Rachael, I completely understand, as I distinctly remember the feeling of being immersed in graduate studies and working full time, just 2.5 years ago. Your reward will be a temporary return to all things photographic (and the diploma) 🙂
Wishing you much luck. What are you studying?
I am studying for a Masters in Victorian Literature and Art at the University of London. It is an interesting course but sometimes tricky to juggle it with Mum stuff, especially in the school holidays. All will be over in the first week of September. Phew!
Such an interesting area of study, Rachael. You’re a Renaissance woman indeed. 🙂 I cannot imagine being a parent and a student concurrently.
venice, as I’m sure is my favourite place and sooooo photogenic.
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