Seven Days Photo Challenge – Day 6

 

My wonderful friend Dominique over atΒ 3C StyleΒ has tagged me in the Seven Days Photo Challenge!

Thanks so much, Dominique – I just love taking pictures!Β πŸ™‚

The rules are:

Seven days. Seven black and white photos of your life. No people. No explanations. Challenge someone new each day.

Because of my love for Sepia, I canΒ΄t promise to only share B/W pics but since itΒ΄s monochrome either way, I hope you wonΒ΄t mind.Β πŸ˜‰Β And I might even add the color version of some shots – I know: what a rebel, eh?Β πŸ˜‚

And instead of challenging someone new each day, I want all of you who are interested in this challenge to take it up and join us having fun!

 

rats

 

 

 

56 thoughts on “Seven Days Photo Challenge – Day 6

    • I have to admit to only find them cute when they stay outside – if there’s a mouse in the house I turn into one of these cartoon characters that jump on the table! Lol! πŸ˜‚

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    • They definitely have a huge appetite, Jacqui! It’s quite fun to watch them feasting on he leftover sunflower seeds that were intended for the squirrels. πŸ˜„

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  1. I never thought I would have one day a crush on three little rats. These are so cute! And what a great shot. You made them look like characters in a children’s book. πŸ˜„

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      • Sure. It’s actually a song and can be sung as a round.

        Three blind mice,
        Three blind mice
        See how they run,
        See how they run!

        They all ran after
        The farmer’s wife
        She cut off their tails
        With a carving knife
        Did you ever see
        Such a sight in your life
        As three blind mice?

        Not the most pleasant of songs but we grew up with it.

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      • Thank you very much, Chris! These are the kind of things we don’t learn at schools or universities when we learn a new language and that can make all the difference. 😊

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