Wednesday Image Search – Dar

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.

Last week I searched for ‘car.’ This week I will continue with the new series and search for ‘dar.’

What images will I find?

Darwin Sculpture, Cambridge, England, Alan SmithThe first image is of a sculpture of Darwin at Cambridge University in England. It was in a little park at the college where one of my ancestors attended.

Big teeth of the dromedary camelHere is the head of a dromedary camel. I took this picture during a trip to Israel many years ago. For those who are observant you may have noticed that I shared a picture of a different part of this camel in my post last week while searching for ‘car.’

3rd Great Grandfather, David Darling, Ancestry, Geneaology, Family HistoryNext we have a picture of my 3rd Great Grandfather David Darling.

Ranch 99 Calendar, Kitchen Calendar, Dumplings, 3 Month CalendarFor my food related picture this week, here are some dumplings on a calendar for an Asian grocery store.

Marina Mandarin Hotel, Singapore, HotelsFinally, we have a picture of the atrium of the Marina Mandarin hotel in Singapore.

There were a lot of  ‘dar’ pictures to choose from. However, I decided to only use one calendar picture. It is interesting what words have ‘dar’ in them. I hope you enjoyed my selections.

Which is your favorite of these ‘dar’ pictures?

What should I search for next?  I am starting a new series with ‘?ar’ so the next one will probably be ‘ear.’

Steven

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