Wednesday Image Search – OO – III

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

Recently I completed my search for double vowels, except for sometimes ‘y’. There are very few ‘yy’ words, so I am giving it a pass. Since I had so many images for some of the double vowels I did a second edition of two of them and am now doing a third edition.

Tonight I am searching for ‘oo’ again.

These should be interesting. There are a lot of words with this double vowel.

What images will I find?

Hamburg, Iowa, Flood, Historic Flood, West DitchWith the first image we have a newspaper clipping of a flood near Hamburg, Iowa. My Dad was in High School at the time and helped work to hold the water back.

Cottage Pie, South Africa, Herderspastei, Shepherds PieThe second image is a plate of comfort food. This cottage pie was made by a friend in South Africa.

Shrine of the Book, Dead Sea Scrolls, Israel MuseumNext we have a picture of the Shrine of the Book in Jerusalem. This is where the Dead Sea Scrolls are kept.

Snapshot of Moon, Almost Full MoonHere we have a picture of an almost full moon.  This was a pretty good picture for a handheld camera.

Laughing Kookabura - Dacelo novaeguineae - Giant Kingfisher - Kookaburra Tail FeathersFinally, we have a kookaburra. This picture was taken while I was walking to church one Wednesday night in Australia. Does it make you think of a song?

I had 656 ‘oo’ images to pick from, and again had to make some tough decisions on what to share.

Which is your favorite of these ‘oo’ pictures?

What should I search for next? I need to find a new theme.

Steven

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