2016 a Mumbling Review

Wow ! I’ve left this to the last minute (not an unusual thing for me) just in case something else happened. 2016 both epic and emotional. I’m hoping the sequel is less of a rollercoaster but I’m not sure it will be.

“May you live in interesting times” an ancient Chineses curse. Well we’ve certainly got that bang on.

A little slippage from 2015 ( I didn’t do a year review for 2015 ) with a Winter Solstice picture right through to November and the Edenbridge Bonfire Effigy burning; the target this year was Donald Trump. Lots of good calls by the desk and a little luck here and there (not always of the good variety) made another very memorable year. If I had to chose, it would be a photograph from the march and minute’s silence for murdered Arkadiusz Jozwik in Harlow Essex. The atmosphere was incredibly respectful and the group I photographed just struck me as so sad. Such a pointless act with such terrible consequences.

Anyway enough words here are the pictures.

..............Polish Murder.........

About eddiemulh

News Photographer for The Daily Telegraph and former Vice Chairman of The British Press Photographer's Association.
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2 Responses to 2016 a Mumbling Review

  1. Kevin Harvey. says:

    Just started my morning of 2017 looking at your fine set of photographs. I have enjoyed viewing these, well done and I look forward to your 2017 filings. Happy New Year.

  2. Leen says:

    Great photos! Love those!

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