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footed I rehabbed a

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I rehabbed a great horned owl today at the MRP and she footed me through two layers of shirt when I was trying to catch her. Imagine what that would have looked like if it had been bare skin! (Three spots above and one below and to the right = an owl foot.) I have to say that her placement was too perfect - it's like she was grabbing my owl tattoo (which is on the inside of my left forearm)!
CAMERON Photo #49 //

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Photo #49 // View On Black Really really love this photo,and the colors in it.Took me a while to get him in a good spot,and a natural looking pose."I can't hold this pose for too long,you know." He makes a good model,but a little impatient haha.All worth it though for this. // El Mirage,Az
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Scratch and sniff stickers ("tattoos")
Edict Fish for Friday.

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Fish for Friday. Much better larger
gothic star Illustration of an

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Illustration of an abstract gothic star in a tattoo style

Three random tattoo ideas

don't look back and be blue This is don't

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This is don't look back and be blue from the Curd series. A blue version of Don't look back. Can be appriciated at any angle. My doodles work the mind to see the true image. Prints via post or email for $10 - paypal dislimit_doodles@ymail.com.
Darjeeling Henné tattoo IP fingerpainted ,br,mgbr

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IP fingerpainted ,br,mgbr retouched on lo-mob. From a Flick Chick oriental influence.....
14 - The Rain Cometh! Fortunately, I have

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Fortunately, I have devised a handy rain barrel to harness this natural resourcel. I wanted to do WAY more vegetable gardening this year (the only thing I grew were some scallions I threw out into the yard and they grew by accident). But next year... I want to be able to grow a lot of food. I've got a lot of work & research to do before the next growing season. Here are some interesting videos on the subject: subsistence farming on 1/5th of an acre rain barrels