2017 in a nutshell

So that was 2017. The year we lost David Cassidy, Jerry Lewis, and Keith Chegwin. The year a mentally unstable narcissist was sworn in at the Whitehouse. The year the UK Government acted like a petulant child with the EU. The year in which Her Majesty's official opposition did nothing to oppose.

On the plus side, I finally put out a book and took some more photos. So here’s my seventh annual video slideshow review of the year:

(Click the arrows bottom-right next to the word Vimeo to view the slideshow in full-screen mode.)

Consistent as ever, as in the previous six years, this year’s slideshow contains 97 photos.

Once again, I composed the ambient pap backing track. It is called Placid Reflux:

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2016 in a nutshell

So that was 2016. The year we lost Bowie, Prince, and Laughing Len. The year Phil Collins came out of retirement. The year the British public set itself a simple intelligence test and only managed to score 48%. The year a dedicated, hard-working MP was murdered by a xenophobic wanker. The year Farage and Trump laughed in our faces from a fake gold-plated elevator. The year the word ‘expert’ became a term of abuse. The year truth became an outdated concept.

On the plus side, I took some more photos. So here’s my sixth annual video slideshow review of the year:

(Click the arrows bottom-right next to the word Vimeo to view the slideshow in full-screen mode.)

Consistent as ever, as in the previous five years, this year’s slideshow contains 97 photos.

Once again, I composed the ambient pap backing track. It is called Techno Prisoners:

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2015 in a nutshell

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It's that time of year again. Here is my fifth annual video slideshow review of the year:

(Click the play button and then the arrows next to the word Vimeo to view the slideshow in full-screen mode.)

Consistent almost to a fault, as per the previous four years' slideshows, this year's slideshow contains 97 photos.

Once again, I composed the ambient pap backing track on my iPad. It is called Afghanman Style.

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2014 in a nutshell

It's that time of year again! Here is my fourth annual video slideshow review of the year:

(Click the play button and then the arrows next to the word Vimeo to view the slideshow in full-screen mode.)

As per the previous three years' slideshows, this year's slideshow contains 97 photos. I am nothing, if not consistent.

Once again, I composed the ambient pap backing track on my iPad. It is called Delhicatessen.

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2013 in a nutshell

It's that time of year again! Fear not, here is my third annual video slideshow review of the year:

(Click the play button and then the arrows next to the word Vimeo to view the slideshow in full-screen mode. Click the letters HD to view in high-definition.)

As per the previous two years' slideshows, this year's slideshow contains 97 photos. I like to retain an element of consistency on such occasions.

If you've been paying attention, you might recognise the backing track.

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2011 in a nutshell

I spent a couple of hours this afternoon experimenting with some of the more esoteric features of my photo-management software. In the process, and quite unplanned, I ended up creating a rather happy video slideshow of some of my favourite photos from last year.

(Click the play button and then the arrows next to the word Vimeo to view in full-screen mode.)

[Thanks to DanoSongs.com for the royalty-free soundtrack.]