Wednesday Word Search – Bat

Welcome to another Wednesday Word Search where I pick a word and share some of the images I find in an image search of the blog.

About a month ago I searched for ‘hat’ so thought I would return to a theme. Last week I searched for ‘watermelon’ which was a fun post.

The word for tonight is: Bat

I am not sure why this ?at word popped into my head.

What images will I find?

Chinese Circus, Shanghai, Acrobats, flexibleHere we have a Chinese acrobat at a circus I went to 21 years ago in Shanghai.

holloween decorations, halloween lights, batsHere are some bat lights for Halloween.

Relay Baton, State Track Meet, Kansas State Track, Track and Field, RelaysHow about a relay baton I used in High School track meets. I am looking forward to watching the relay events in the Olympics.

Gabbatha, Place of the Stone Pavement, Pilate, Jesus CondemmedThis is an interesting one from Jerusalem. This may be Gabbatha the Place of the Stone Pavement where Jesus appeared before Pilate.

Cave Hotel Bathroom, Queens Cave Hotel, Ortahisar, Cappadocia, TurkeyI just had to share  ‘bathroom’ picture. This one is from a cave hotel in Turkey.

I have a few more images for ‘bat’ but my usual number to share is five, so I will bring this to a close.

These images show that ‘bat’ is a sequence used in many words.

Which is your favorite ‘bat’ picture?

What should I search for next? It will probably depend on where my mind is wandering next time. Or, maybe I will continue with some ?at words.


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