Wednesday Image Search – Gus

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 ‘fus’ last week, I will search for ‘gus’ this week.

What images will I find?

Sylvilagus audubonii - desert cottontail - Audubon's cottontail - Central Valley RabbitThe first image is of a rabbit. It is a desert cottontail (Sylvilagus audubonii). This species is also know as Audubon’s cottontail. I took this picture at a rest area in the Central Valley of California.

Asparagus, potatoes, gravy, meal prepHere is some Christmas asparagus. Another memory of a good meal with friends.

Asparagus Metabolism, DNA Trait, Sensory Traits, Ancestry DNAWhich makes me think of this DNA trait. After eating asparagus I notice a distinctive smell when I pee.

Saugus Iron Works - Saugus, Massachusetts - Boston - First Fire Engine - Joseph Jenckes - Colonial InventionHere is a picture that I took at the Saugus Iron Works in Massachusetts. One of my ancestors had a workshop at the site of this National Park. Maybe it is from him who my engineering skills come from.

Alexander Sarcophagus - Alexander the Great - Sidonian Kings - King AbdalonymosHere is the Alexander Sarcophagus at the Istanbul Archaeologic Museum. Although it shows scenes from the life of Alexander the Great, it is not where he was interred. The sarcophagus was the final resting place of King Abdalonymos of Sidon. Abdalonymos was made king by Alexander the Great.

Although there were not many images for ‘gus’. I had a variety to choose from. I hope you enjoyed my choices.

Which is your favorite of these ‘gus’ pictures?

What should I search for next?  Maybe ‘hus’?


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