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Wonderwoman tattoo. Not for me, but just because this is an awesomely cute tattoo with some amazingly well done work!

Hand tattoos used to be fairly rare. Now finger & hand tattoos have been gaining in popularity. This whale tail/ocean splash are really nice. The graphics look like something out of a vintage nautical book.

Freja's Tattoo "Serendipity Is Me" by j'adoreFASHION, via Flickr

"Holding on too long is just a fear of what's to show because not everything that goes around Comes back around, you know, one thing that is clear It's all down the hill From here." -Queens of the Stone Age

too big for me, but there aren't many great floral tats I've seen, and I like this one. so delicate

Freja Beha - 'Serendipity Is Life'

Run Fast. Beautiful Idea for a tattoo which can both be funny and yet hold so much meaning

I love tattoos without outlines. They look so gorgeous, almost like they're painted on. However, experts say that they might not hold up well over time. All of my tattoos have outlines. I might get a small one that isn't outlined to see how it holds up.

take these broken wings and learn to fly ok this is what I want but with little black birds Tamara Walker Walker Walker Walker Walker Walker!

"Why do you stay with such a fool?" "Hmmm. I suppose because he's been the most powerful magus on this plane exactly four times. Of course, half of those times he was the only magus remaining, therefore fit every superlative for magi, especially most foolish. However, one time, he gained a power respected, feared... and fetching." "Huh? How'd he fall from that exalted height?" "Even the most foolish of men can't match the hubris of magi, my apprentice. No exceptions. " -@AuFleecer

"Have you done enough today to earn the right to live tomorrow?” Night Flying Woman by Ignatia Broker.