Wednesday Image Search – Old

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 gave it a pass. Since I had so many images for some of the double vowels I did three editions of two of them.

Tonight I am moving on to something new so am searching for ‘old’.

These should be interesting. This is sometimes a word and sometimes part of a word.

What images will I find?

Girl holding chicken, barnyard, fowl, Iowa farmWith the first image we have a girl holding a chicken. This girl is one of my mom’s cousins in Iowa.

Old Fashioned Donuts, Donuts, National Doughnut DayThe second image is one of my favorite snacks. I really like old fashioned donuts.

Shy Kitten, Little kittens, Barn kittens, orchard, barn, farmNext we have a picture of a kitten on a threshold. I really like to watch kittens play.

California Gold BBQ Sauce, Mustard BBQ Sauce, Apricot Wood BBQThis California Gold BBQ sauce is really good. It goes really well with pulled pork.

Folding of flag, presentation of flag, honoring those who servedFinally, we have the folding of a flag. This was at my Great Uncle Fred’s funeral. He was an Army nurse and served our country for many years.

I had a lot of interesting pictures to choose from. I could have chosen a lot of old pictures, but decided to focus more on where old was part of a word instead of just a word.

Which is your favorite of these ‘old’ pictures?

What should I search for next? Perhaps I will search for something new.


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