Wordless B&W Not-Wednesday: Happy New Year!!

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summary: Pommard 1990 Domaine Coste-Caumartin; Oenophile cat; experiments in sepia, black and white and colour for Black and White Wednesday; (click on images to see larger views)

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The original image was in colour:
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The cat was VERY interested:
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oenophile cat © ejm2012Christmas Eve menu


!!! Whooohhooooo! !!!
Happy New Year!


edit 3 January 2013: Please see all the other BWW#64 entries.

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  • http://mykitcheninhalfcups.wordpress.com/ MyKitchenInHalfCups

    Cats are always interested … Happy New Year.

  • http://briciole.typepad.com Simona

    I see you have a black cat too. Mine would have done the same with the cork and the glass. Happy New Year! And thanks for your contribution to Black and White Wednesday.

  • http://joanne-eatswellwithothers.com/ Joanne

    Curiosity and cats…can’t fight it. Happy new year!

  • ejm

    Thank YOU for hosting BWW, Simona. And as for the creature, he is black and we THINK he’s a cat. He’s dressed like one…

    They are, aren’t they, Tanna? This one gives us pause though. He steals green beans and eats them! I’ve never heard of a cat who liked vegetables so much.

    Of course, you’re correct, Joanne; I don’t know why we try.

    Happy new year, all!