Wednesday Image Search – Rea

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 ‘nea’ last week I will search for ‘rea’ this week.

What images will I find?

Nazareth, scroll, reading, synagogueThe first image was taken in Nazareth, Israel. I was on a tour of Israel and we were visiting the recreation of a synagogue in Nazareth. Here I am reading from a scroll. Actually, from a phone hidden behind the scroll 🙂

Blue Bell Ice Cream, Texas Ice Cream, Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream, Best Ice CreamFor  the second image we have some Blue Bell Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream, that I bought in Irving, Texas at the grocery store I worked at while in college. In my opinion, this is the best ice cream you can buy at the supermarket.

Bauernfrüstück, Farmer’s Breakfast, potato omelette with egg, roasted potatoes, onions, baconHere we have a Bauernfrüstück or Farmer’s Breakfast at one of my favorite restaurants in Jena, Germany.

Pottery Reading, Tel Lachish, Archaeology, pottery, archaeological dig, GarfinkelThis picture shows pottery reading in progress during one of the archaeological digs I participated in. Each afternoon we would wash the pottery we found earlier in the day while the archaeologists and square supervisors would study the pottery that we found and cleaned the day before.

Great grandkids, grandma Van duzor, FamilyFinally we have a picture of my siblings and I with my Great Grandma Van Duzor. We had stopped to visit here at the facility she was living in. Can you tell this was taken in the 70’s?

I had some interesting ‘rea’ pictures to choose from. I had a lot of ice cream and breakfast pictures to choose from, but only shared one of each.

Which is your favorite of these ‘rea’ pictures?

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


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