Wednesday Image Search – Jar

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 ‘har.’ This week I will skip to ‘jar.’

What images will I find?

Jiff Peanut Butter, Empty Jar, Cleaning JarThe first image is a picture of an almost empty jar of peanut butter. I always have one sitting on the kitchen counter with a spoon on top of it.

honey, types of honey, jars of honey, turkey, istanbulThe next image is of a shelf full of jars of honey. This was in a shop in Turkey,

Pomegranate Jelly, Pomegranate, Seeds, Jelly, Cooking, CanningHere are some jars that are filled with pomegranate jelly. I helped a friend seed the pomegranates so was able to take some home with me once the jelly was set.

tel abel beth maacah, storage jar, inscription, ancient bordersHere are some broken storage jars at an archaeological dig in Israel. These were probably reconstructed in a lab from the broken pieces.

Dead Sea Scroll, Kando Store, Bethlehem, Dead Sea Scroll JarFinally, we have a picture of one of the jars that the Dead Sea Scrolls were found in. This was on display at the Kando store in Bethlehem.

There were only a few  ‘jar’ pictures to choose from. All of them however were of vessels that held something.  I hope you enjoyed my selections.

Which is your favorite of these ‘jar’ pictures?

What should I search for next?  Since I am following a series with ‘?ar’  the next one will probably be ‘kar’ as I have some interesting ones to choose from.


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