Happiness - Tattoowise
I believe I got this tat when I was eighteen. A friend of mine wanted to get her first one and didn't want to go alone so I went with her and got one myself. It means happiness.
me and amber!
Nikon D40 : 18-55mm Outer Banks '09
Any picture without a clear subject is going to get these arms photoshopped into the bottom center. . .
...thank you, Jilly. What an amazing capture.
A family friend.
It was such a gorgeous day. From this morning's session with Realize. Many more on the way.
Taken at her baby shower. Model: mommy to be, Tiana.
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I feel like I might need a little help in order to smile today.. =/
Three random tattoo ideas
Sailor Jerry was tagged with the name Norman Collins at birth, but he began to distance himself from normalcy when he was 19 (that's why he became a sailor). He traveled around the world, not only getting his first tattoos, but also gaining exposure to the art and imagery of Southeast Asia. This later became a crucial influence when he opened his first tattoo shop in Honolulu's Chinatown, ground zero for swaggering sailors, drunken soldiers and whoever else wasn't afraid to hang around volatile levels of testosterone. The Honolulu Tattoo district was designed to accommodate a time in men's lives when they drank heavily, paid for women, and imprinted their biceps with pictures solid and resonant enough to last a lifetime. Back then, Chinatown was the only place on the island where a man could get a tattoo, creating fierce competition among the many tattoo parlors. Roving sailors weren'