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Encapsulate

Encapsulate

Encapsulate

This last week has been a complete write-off thanks to sinus and chest infection. I know many of you have suffered similarly just recently! I’ve been back at the doctors today for stronger, more targetted antibiotics and phlocodine. Increasing my steroid inhalers has helped me breathe a little easier today but it always gives me the shakes. In short, I’m totally fed up! I just about managed to set up a piece of blown glass yesterday, so I could take a series of macro shots, from which I created a composite for today’s photo challenges from Wex and Fotospeed. Encapsulate is an abstract expression of how I have been feeling with this bug; trapped, dizzy, fuzzy, short of breath, drowning in mucus. If you’ve had one of these Winter bugs, I hope you are on the road to recovery as I very much hope for myself! I don’t do well being stuck indoors. The winter skies, misty landscapes and busy birds are calling to me!

6 comments on “Encapsulate

  1. My friend, I’m very sorry to hear about your woes – its that time of year! I hope you’re well on the way to recovery – and I love your image – to Fatso here, its a great big, chewy, bubbly, pink sweet!!! Take good care of yourself, my dear! 🙂 🙂 🙂

  2. I hope you can shake the lurgy soon. My husband and I had the worst winter (June-August ’17) we’ve ever had for sickness. As you would have heard the northern hemisphere is calling this year’s flu the Australian flu, but the immunologists say we did not create it, it just mutated here. Nasty stuff, though. Feel better soon.

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