For reasons I won't go into now I was searching for an image I know I made as part of a project based around the word 'jelly' (think it was looking for a response to the daily theme of 'disgusted' actually). I couldn't remember when the project had been started so in Bridge, I searched for 'jelly', expecting to see either a folder, or other images with that tag appear in the results. Instead I got a load of random images, several in train stations, a snap of my daughter taken on a camping trip a picture of a friend's daughter horseriding and a bunch of files ending in .ims. These last, which won't open, at least had the word 'jelly' embedded in the name somehwere. None of the others did. None of the files I'd expected to see popped up at all. Thinking it was a one-off, this morning I was looking for the shot I took of poppies in northern France, to use as a facebook banner. Put 'poppies' into the bridge search bar. It brought up two stills from a timelapse I'd made about mould growing on a yoghurt pot, one birthday snap of a child not called Poppy from 2009 and a picture of a birthday cake with no poppies on. The timelapse has several weeks worth of images - quite why only two of them appeared in the results I don't know. I mean it's odd that two did, but given they were simply saved out of camera and not renamed I'd have expected either none or all of them to be there. Is anyone else getting odd results from Bridge? Does anyone have any ideas why I am getting them?