Wednesday Image Search – Jus

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 ‘ius’ last week, I will search for ‘jus’ this week.

What images will I find?

Goddess of Justice - San Joaquin County courthouse - Stockton, California - Scales of JusticeThe first image is of the Goddess of Justice statue that stands outside of the Stockton courthouse.

Scenic wedding, Richland Creek Wilderness, Twin FallsNext is my brother and his wife holding a Just Married sign in front of a scenic waterfall. See: Wedding in the Wilderness

East County Hall of Justice, Dublin, Alameda CountyHere is the East County Hall of Justice in Dublin, CA while under construction. Our office used to be right across the street from here. It was fun to watch the construction progress.

Ankerstein, court of justice, building blocks, stacking blocksHere is a Court of Justice built with Ankerstein. It was a very large structure that was fun to build. For those of you who do not know what Ankerstein is, this structure is built with manufactured stones and they are simply stacked on top of each other. No glue and no snapping together like Lego.

Guacamole, avocado, pepper, garlic salt, sour cream, salsa, olive oilFinally, here is guacamole just the way I like it. I like to have a food picture and it was hard to find one. But then I remembered that I had written a post about how I made guacamole my way and had written that it was just the way I like it. I just had to make a picture edit to make the picture show up in the search 🙂 See: My Guacamole

There were not many ‘jus’ pictures to choose from, but I found just enough.

Which is your favorite of these ‘jus’ pictures?

What should I search for next?  I thought about ‘kus’ but no images come up, so instead I will probably skip to ‘lus’ which gives some interesting pictures to choose from.

Steven

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