Photographer Kent Frost loves Kum N' Go and his cat. That much is apparent from his video montage of 2012, filmed one second at a time.

In 336 seconds -- one from every day of last year -- 'Just a Second 2012' tells the story of Frost's year. It weaves his day-to-day with recognizable news stories.

Frost told the News Leader his favorite moment was the transit of Venus, which he filmed on June 5 from the top of a parking garage.

A summary like his makes reflection easier, too. Frost has some New Year's resolutions for 2013.

"More swimming, fewer stops at Kum N' Go," he said.

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