Alphabet - Tattoowise
When I write of hunger, I am really writing about love and the hunger for it, and the warmth and the love of it and the hunger for it... and then the warmth and richness and fine reality of hunger satisfied... and it is all one. -- M.F.K. Fisher National Eating Disorder Awareness Week A number of other strong, brilliant girls have posted pics for NEDA this week, and I thought I would respond with some comments about eating disorders that you don't find in the staggering statistics that they've shared. Eating disorders are rarely about weight. Girls with active eating disorders may say it is, but they are really starving themselves for something much deeper and more intangible. It's about control and fear and anxiety on the deepest level. An eating disorder is not a personality flaw. It's a symptom of a deeper illness that stems from genetics, environment, history, and trauma. Recovery
felt like it was time to change it up from all the silly photos i've been doing :) 1. i love to cook, except i hate it when i have pretty much all the ingredients for a recipe, except for one or two, and they're the kind of ingredients that are SO specific in flavor that they can't be substituted. grrr! 2. when i finish reading a book, the next book i read almost always has to be a completely different "mood". i can't read two serious/dramatic fiction books in a row, or two biographies in a row. just finished saramago's "blindness" (which was completely amazing and even more intense than the movie) and i'll probably read a humor book next (probably one of AJ Jacobs'). 3. looking at this photo is really really making me yearn for the spring and summer. i want the warm sun, i want to open my windows and have the breeze flow through the entire house!
sorry no color...didnt wanna ruin it...for somereason i kinda put my all into it...havent done that in Awhile...
Post Bleach Pre Color I chose tattoo because they are important parts of my body. Each one marks something in my life, be it an event or just something important I have learned or desire for myself. I've drawn the basic outline for most of the ones I have. 365 days #1 project365 #9
Radar once again!
**Part of a set I am doing in reference to the alphabet** I is for “Ink” I so love my tattoos, otherwise known as ink. Chloe and I counted them the other day. I can’t believe they’ve reached an amount where my six-year-old daughter and I had to actually sit there and count them. One, two, three, four, five, six!!! And we’re not talking gay ass little hidden do-jiggers you got when you were 20 years old losers tattoos, I’m talking each one rocks my world. Let’s start. On left arm we have the first significant tattoo I got, my Celtic cross. This started the theme of my left arm being purely Celtic and just plain Irish. That’s good, my name is Ryan Patrick Ward and I have huge amounts of Irish in my ancestry. I also have a Celtic seahorse on my lower forearm. I love that, it rocks and it’s very visible. Then we have a work in gross as seen in the picture above a Cel
Mylove's & My Initials :)
abécédaire ABCDead! format 60x80. blog.supacat.fr
Wordpress written in Farsi (Persian)
A tribute to a city that gave and still gives such a great contribute to the skateboarding,graffiti,music and tattooing scene.
Cape Fear Tattoo Parlor Greenville, NC
Jason Bradbury at Atomic Tattoo helped me out with this one. Great guy, awesome tattoo artist/ artist . I used a typewriter font, heavy hit on paper, and enlarged it to get the deformed look. The letters are of various size. When seen as a whole, the letters look like they are spilling down my arm, with the "a" at the top of the arm, wrist. (This is a hard shot to get so I have not tried yet.)
Three random tattoo ideas
Alfred Gell (1998:94-95), Art and Agency: An Anthropological Theory . see also: Great Diagrams in Anthropology, Linguistics, and Social Theory (set)
Sometimes a single photo can move you to action. I was browsing the work of some models on Mayhem with little excitement as there were some nice photos but nothing that looked sincere, when I came upon the portfolio of Melissa Jo. She had some nice photos but one in particular gave me reason to pause. There are a lot of 'fine art' models on this site, to the point that it has become blase. That was not what caught my eye. I wrote her that of all the images in her gallery... "I think this is my favorite image. Not because you are partially bare, but because of the expression on your face... so tranquil yet strong. It just exudes...woman. Very nice." My business partners ask me all the time, "WHY did you chose her (a certain model)???" I tell them that if I see something in a single photo, I treat it as a possibility that can be drawn out of the model and serve as a foundation for images that build on that look or expression. When I see this in a photo, I
Got these the other day. Unfortunately, the Maroons, Blues, and Greens were all sold out in my size. Messed up thing is that this was suppose to come with a Polaroid Photo, specific to each shoe, but mine didn't have it in the box. Guess after all the videos are claimed at 574clips.com, mine will be the only one without a name. Oh well.
Chillin' at the "Websters Reading Garden". She does a reading assignment while I take photos.
Trying something new with my photos. I've wanting to give my photos a slightly desaturated and fading look, while boosting the blacks and colors again. Think it's working out. BTW, that's the sun in my photo. It's not something I put in there with photoshop. No magical tricks here.
Check detailed photos and my article at www.theshoegame.com/articles/new-balance-574-clips-detail...
This is becoming a signature photo of mine. The 2nd of this kind.
Camera - Nikon DMC ZS3