I would like to set this final challenge for 2017 as "Panorama".
Panoramic photography has been an interest of mine for many years and I've spent $$$$$ on hardware and software over that time. Today the ability to stitch images into a panorama is quite ubiquitous and is built into software...
Or that's the idea anyway.
I shot 6 overlapping (portrait orientation) frames on 35mm Tri-X and merged in photoshop. This is taking hybrid film/digital process to the extreme. I think it looks pretty good for a first attempt.
35mm film stitched panorama by Jai Sbr, on Flickr
I'm using the SIJ to get to know the X100 better and today tested the sweep pano effect. The subject matter was fairly demanding with lots if regular patterns and the camera was caught out (see back of chair) with the objects so close to the lens. I think it would work better with landscapes.