Wednesday Image Search – Hus

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

What images will I find?

Hush Puppies, Rusty Bellies, Sea Food, Tarpon SpringsThe first image is a serving of hush puppies from a seafood restaurant in Florida.

Pioneers of Massachusetts 1620-1650 - Charles Henry Pope - Ancestors - Geneaology - Pine Tree Shilling - Joseph JenksNext we have a genealogy book, Pioneers of Massachusetts. This has been helpful in the search for my family. I like the Pine Tree Shilling on the cover of the book. The dies for the coin were initially made by one of my ancestors.

Concord Massachusetts, Concord Hymn, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Battle of Concord, Paul Revere, LongfellowHere is a clipping from one of my Grandma’s scrapbooks. It talks about a monument in Concord, Massachusetts.

Agapanthus Bloom, Agapanthus, Lily of the NileI could have made all of the pictures in this post of Agapanthus. I have taken many pictures of this plant over the years. I planted it in my backyard one year when my Mother visited.

snails, agapanthus, backyard, garden snailsFinally we have another picture of the agapanthus plant, but no flowers. Notice the snail on the leaf.

Although there was not much variety for  ‘hus’. I had a few non-flower ones. I hope you enjoyed my choices.

Which is your favorite of these ‘hus’ pictures?

What should I search for next?  Maybe ‘ius’? I think I have just enough pictures.


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