Here is a video that Sandy completed a while ago and now I’m sharing her work with you.
Earlier in the year I marvelled at the videos put together for the Bloggers with a View project, for example “Paths around the World” which is compiled from videos sent in by bloggers from all over the world, and you can find it here.
I never take videos, except by mistake when I press the wrong button, but I decided to take part in the next such project. I mean, look at this. Isn’t this how we reach across the globe to each other?
I didn’t need to wait long before Sandy announced “Flashback by decades” as the new Bloggers with a View theme. This time more photos than videos were used and only three participants took part: Amanda, Sandy and me.
My first decade, the 70s, I rounded up for Amanda’s Friendly Friday Back to the Future theme in this post full of father’s amazing photos from my childhood.
Soon after that Sandy joined the distinct, yet universal memories from the 60s and the 70s of the three of us on our three continents most neatly in the video which you can find here.
But Sandy did much more than that. She also made a video for all the decades only for me from the photos that I’d sent her. This is the premiere of the video right here. I thank her profusely for this extra work with many special touches (such at the RIP next to my first boyfriend. He is alive!! :D).
The video is divided into six (!!) decades:
- The Victorious 70s
- The Olympic 80s
- The Independent 90s
- The 00s – The decade of firsts
- The 10s – Moving time
- The 20s – Vision 2020
Two special mentions, with big thanks:
- My photo of bestia in the header was edited and framed by Ann-Christine a.k.a. Leya.
- The painting of me included in the video, entitled “Sweet 17”, is a work of Donna Stiles.
And while you’re on my YouTube channel, which I only used for building my playlists before, click on Playlists and explore a wide variety of music that I like and I have now made public. I recommend the four “Svašta” lists. Svašta means all sorts.
This day in my blogging history
2016: Nothing any good isn’t hard. —F. Scott Fitzgerald