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www.mododorico.com ADD ME ON FACEBOOK www.facebook.com/#!/Mododoricophotography strobist one standard reflector frontally f5.0 on elinchrom 400w Make up : Maria Furfaro
miro tattoo By Gene Coffey

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By Gene Coffey at Tattoo Culture tattooculture.net/
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in memory of butterfly tattoos

Tattoo by Nick Anderson of Body Adorned www.bodyadorned.com/
EH-101 Merlin HM1 Royal Navy EH-101 Merlin HM1
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EH-101 Merlin HM1 ZH856 829 NAS RNAS Culdrose Cornwall England Royal International Air Tattoo (RIAT) RAF Fairford Gloucestershire England July 2012
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www.art-4-uv.de/ger_de/kategorieseite/referenzen rainer maria rolf röschke ( r3m1 ) 23.10.06 der schmerz abgelagert ausgetrieben überhört verraten kommt wieder langsam lautlos und erinnert die seele an die höllen der ersten jahre alles ist geblieben verstört baten die kinderaugen um vergebung doch die schläge prasselten nieder schnell schrill agressiv ich spürte nichts vor wut und hass
Gothic Angel Libra Tattoo by Christian

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Tattoo by Christian Otto, www.christianotto.com For more information check out Burnout Ink, www.burnoutink.com
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Tattoo Sessão de tattoo

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Sessão de tattoo no meu chapa Donald. Trampo feito no camarada Fernando, do Índios MC
Skeletal Dragon Original art by

stylized dragon tattoo

Original art by Sherrie Thai of Shaire Productions.
Flatiron Building aka Fuller Building This is the

air max tattoos

This is the location from where I took the photo for my Nike Air Max Skyline "Max Orange". The building in the background is the "Flatiron Building aka Fuller building" located on Broadway and 23rd street. This is considered to be the first skyscraper (one of the first buildings to also use a steel skeleton) ever built originally in 1902 and designed by Daniel Burnham. To me, It looks like a triangle expanding down. Pretty cool architecture.