My sister and I finally got our “sister tattoos”. We wanted something that represented us… We decided on getting the half glass empty/full. She’s the pessimist and I’m the optimist.
Done by Inkface Tattoo - Alhambra CA
I recently took my first trip overseas to Japan. In Hiroshima, we attended the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum. It was in there that I saw some of the paper cranes crafted by Sadako Sasaki in an attempt to wish herself rid of leukemia induced by the atom bomb radiation. I stood there staring at the birds and tearing up, remembering how much that story had affected me when I read Eleanor Coerr’s retelling of her story when I was Sadako’s age. That night, I stayed up for hours, thinking of mortality and how I should not take one single moment of my life for granted, as it’s just a delicate thing that will be over and can be extinguished in the time it takes to sigh. I decided to remind myself of that everyday with this tattoo. You don’t have to live forever, you just have to live. And that’s exactly what I plan on doing.
This was done for me by Pete @ Tattoo Carnival in Cleveleys, Blackpool, Uk.
I am infatuated with getting out of my present I.T. job and into full time photography. I thought I would have this done to help boost me to that goal. It means what it means. To the viewer its a talking point and helps get a rapport going with the model. For me it means what it say! Smile :)
I cant claim to be the first person with this as I have copied it from another photographer but once I saw it I became obsessed and had to get it done.
Here’s to my passion for writing, poetry, & quotes. Submitted by Ohsusanaa.tumblr.com
first tattoo. [i feel] infinite.
Done by Wren at Trader Bob’s in St. Louis.
My favorite poem by e.e. cummings.
my favorite tattoo.