Asa - Tattoowise

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Readin' reading newspaper on

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reading newspaper on fire.
Asa and Christine Asa and Chris

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Asa and Chris accomponied us on our dinner.
Heart close up!!!! 13 agulhas....

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13 agulhas....
Lookin' at Pudge Kodak Retina II

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Kodak Retina II a Walgreens 200 film My friend Mindy getting a tattoo of her deceased cat, Pudge.
No mar. "Se nossas vidas

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"Se nossas vidas já são tão difíceis de viver é penitência não dar um espaço para o amor. Eu não consigo tirar você da cabeça, sigo sonhando e tentando afogar a solidão... No mar, no mar" Natiruts. ps. Minha prima linda na foto (:
Abandon Ship Apparel. Commissioned work for

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Commissioned work for Abandon Ship Apparel. Olympus µ[mju:]-II. Kodakcolour film.
Tom I got bored,

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I got bored, so here's another archive shot, this time from June 2011. Strobist: 1 x Canon 430exII through white shoot-through umbrella 1 x Canon 430ex gelled blue, bare for rim. Press L for best viewing. Originally shot for Devil Down as part of their promos.
home tattoo disposable camera 400iso

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disposable camera 400iso
IpleHouse Girls Asherah - EID

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Asherah - EID Light Brown Lahela Kumari - SID Tokyo Story NS Asa Rue - EID NS Carina (face-up by Lyn Raftis) Eva - SID RS Stella
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My Brand New Tattoo © Fanny BETEMPS

old school gipsy

© Fanny BETEMPS - 2010 Made by: Le MySpace d'Olive:
Memento Mori Bit of a

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Bit of a rush this morning, working early, so sorry if this isn't the usual genius. heh. Barbara wanted this photo shoot partly to remind herself of how gorgeous she can be, partly to get some shots of her new tattoo. Which is so big on the arm, it's definitely a big ol' LIFE STATEMENT. No hiding MEMENTO MORI on your forearm when it takes up the entire forearm. And science bless her for that, it's a gorgeous piece, and a nice quick IQ test for folks. I also like the idea of a pro writer like Barbara, who in no time at all with be writing for the New Yorker and other similar mags, tatted to the gills, all straight arrow style in print, bad-ass in person. Reminds me of a time before I was born, when writers were rebels of a sort, sending back dispatches from the stranger corners of the country, or peeling back the veneer of normal life to show that it's far freakier than anyone ha