Scottish tattoos - Tattoowise
Edinburgh Military Tattoo 2005
Visit the Edinburgh Military Tattoo Website for information about this year's event
Edinburgh Military Tattoo 2005 Visit the Edinburgh Military Tattoo Website for information about this year's event www.edintattoo.co.uk/
The tattoo on the left was my early christmas present :) it's a scottish symbol ("luckenbooth") meaning love and devotion. It says "to love and be loved". The middle symbol is a celtic tree of life, symbolizing that my family roots run deep, within me. The symbol surrounding it is a celtic clauddah which symbolizes that love is holding us all together. And the tattoo on the right was my first. My mother passed away when I was 14 years old. She was my best friend. And that tattoo started this whole excursion that my family is always behind me, always there. merry christmas :)
The Hallion/ Home House October 2006
I made this top myself, and I'm quite proud of it!! July 2004 - Broxburn, West Lothian.
A competitor at the Lake City Minnesota Scottish Highland Games on 7/25/09.
The Edinburgh Military Tattoo 2008
Historial pageant at Edinburgh Military Tattoo 2001
Craig Smith awaits his turn in the heavyweight contest at Bathgate & West Lothian Highland Games 2009
Skin Diamond smiling behind her table at Club Sponsor booth.
original design by Paul Roe of BritishInk Tattoo, Washington DC. Canvas by Tracy Lee ;) (the "glow" is the tan line, keep it covered when exposed to protect the colors)
This is the main entrance to Edinburgh Castle. You can see that they were already preparing the stadium seating for the Scottish Military Tattoo which takes place at the castle each year. You may also notice that there are statues of Robert the Bruce and William Wallace on the sides of the entrance. The Half-Moon Battery is the rounded area just beneath the UK flag.
Edinburgh Castle. Edinburgh, Scotland.