Red Image Search

Almost exactly a year ago I wrote a post titled Blue Image Search.

That night I had no idea of what to post so I decided to just pick a color and search my blog images to see what I came up with.

I decided to click on Add Media and then type blue in the search field. Tonight I am typing red in the search field.

What β€˜Red’ images will I find?

They may not end up being red in color.

Sleeping, nap time, grandpa and granddaughter, Throwback ThursdayOf course red is more likely to be part of a word than what blue is. That is the case for this image which was labeled tired.

This picture was used in a post titled Tired Thursday which was posted on a day when I was very tired and wanted to go to bed early.

I passed on some other images where a word had red in them like covered and the rest of the pictures will be more what you might think would be in this post πŸ™‚

Red Rose, Mr. Lincoln, rose Bush, Raindrops on RosesHere is a beautiful red rose that I used in my post April Showers.

Classic VW Beetle - Volkswagen Beetle - Mexico City - Slug Bug - Punch BuggyHow about a Red Beetle that I used in my post Slug Bugs.

Red Hills - Clark County, Kansas - Ashland, Kansas - Red Dirt CountryHere are some Red Hills from my post Red Dirt Country.

Happy Hollisters, Red Book Spines, No dust jacketsHere are some Red Books. Do any of you remember these classic kid books? See my post Happy Hollisters II.

Red Tree, Red Leaves, Pagoda, Ueno Zoo, Tokyo, JapanI took this picture at the Ueno Zoo in Tokyo. I labeled this picture Red Tree Pagoda.

I used this picture in my post Trees at the Zoo.

I have a lot more ‘red’ images, but I think you get the picture πŸ™‚

I wonder if this will get more views than Blue Image Search? It actually will not take much as the post has received only 11 views in the year since I posted it.

Which ‘red’ image do you like best?

Steven

 

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