Wednesday Image Search – Nea

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.

After searching for ‘lea’ last week I will search for ‘nea’ this week.

What images will I find?

Village near Derbe - Village Elder - Turkis village elder - White BeardsThe first image was taken in a village near Derbe, Turkey. I was on a tour of Turkey and we were stopped to ask directions for the tel of Derbe. You see me here with one of the villagers. Most of the images I found this week were of things that were near somewhere or something. However, I only used two of them.

Camel, Israel, Dead Sea, Camel RidesFor  the second image we have a camel near the Dead Sea.

Amish, Mennonite, Genealogy, Hugh F. Gingerich, Rachel W. KreiderThis image is of one of my resources for Amish genealogy. I was able to trace back most of my Amish family lines in this book. I often use it to see how I am related to others who have Amish ancestry.

Lokanta, Mediterranean Grill, Pleasanton, Shish kebabs, Turkish FoodThis picture is of grilled meat at a restaurant in Pleasanton called the Mediterranean Grill.

Unearthing the Church in Turky, David Winwood, Archaeology, History, TurkeyFinally we have an image of the book Unearthing the Church in Scripture and Turkey by David Winwood. Some of the pictures that I took during a tour of Turkey appear in this book. See: A Book in the Mail

I had some interesting ‘nea’ pictures to choose from. Most had the word near in the title.

Which is your favorite of these ‘nea’ pictures?

What should I search for next? I still have a few more ‘ea’ searches I want to share.


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