Sisterhood - Tattoowise
This is a symbol of the bond of sisterhood in both the individual and larger senses. It reflects the unity of the bond but is divided to indicate that each sister has her own space while being part of the whole. When looked at in the sense of ""sisters within a family"", the carving has another meaning. On one side the larger opening (sister) is towards the front, but if you turn the carving over, the smaller opening (sister) is now forward. This helps us remember that each sister has some area of their personality and qualities in which they can be in the forefront.
lyrics from matt nathanson's "little victory" surround the celtic symbol for sisterhood. :) ...that looked a lot less blurry before i uploaded it.
romeo, ljubljana, slovenia - april '07
Three random tattoo ideas
man, who doesn't love the weekend? it's nice to have so many more hours to get things done, instead of trying to cram everything in the few hours b/t getting home from work, and sleep (which for me is b/t 3-4 hrs). so been playing around with self portraits again. i'm having the hardest time figuring out how to focus myself in a broader frame, that's why these ones lately have all been fairly close up. (i haven't even tried using my 18-200mm for them yet.) i actually don't even remember how i did my set of first self portraits a couple years ago. arrghh!
custom dayak borneo tattoo on upper back.
flying so high