Wednesday Image Search – Mar

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 ‘lar.’ This week I will proceed to ‘mar.’

What images will I find?

Sands Hotel and Casino, ArtScience Museum, Singapore, Marina BayThe first image is of Marina Bay in Singapore. Some very iconic structures in this picture.

Korean Breakfeast, Fish Market, Busan, South KoreaThe next image is at the Jagalchi Fish Market in Busan, South Korea. A lot of beautiful fresh caught fish and sea food for sale. Here one of the workers is having breakfast. It really looked good.

Christmas Market, Jena Germany, snow, Christmas TimeHere we have snow falling on the Christmas Market in Jena, Germany.

israel, shephelah, bet guvrin, water, treeThis picture was taken in Shephelah of Israel. These are rope marks on an old well that would have been used to water the flocks.

Martin Luther Gravestone, Jena, Germany, Original Gravestone, St. Michael's churchFinally, we have a picture of what was to have been the grave plate of Martin Luther. The grave plate never made it to his grave, but was held up in Jena, Germany because of a war. It hangs in the city church there to this day.

There were quite a few  ‘mar’ pictures to choose from. It is interesting to see what words or names included ‘mar’ in them .  I hope you enjoyed my selections.

Which is your favorite of these ‘mar’ pictures?

What should I search for next?  Since I am following a series with ‘?ar’  the next one will probably be ‘nar’ even though I don’t have too many to choose from.


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