Daily photos, portraits and stories from Haninge in Sweden.
Wow! That is some tattoo. I wonder if she did it in one sitting.
Asking a woman to remove something to show off her tattoo could get someone into trouble, but at least it was only her hair that she moved out of the way.
It looks like I should go to a biker festival. Great pix!
That is one big wrapped tatoo! :-)
Impressive - but not something I would choose to do.
A Swede, I assume, with an English tattoo.I was deep into the rock scene in the 60s and 70s, until I got bored with it. I was at Woodstock, heard Jimi Hendrix and the Beatles perform, went to about 20 Grateful Dead performances. No tattoos anywhere. Each to their own, but I think it's devolution.Really good photo, though - a portrait with a unique personality.
beautiful portrait ! :)
I'm guessing it took at least ten sittings Barbara, it's a huge tattoo and you can't see the whole thing here.I know what you mean Dave, there's a hairdresser I know, she has an amazing flower tattoo on her back. I have shown you a photo of it once, but I would like to photograph it in it entirety one day. So far no luck with that!Always a good place to see and meet interesting people Jack.Everything is in English over here these days, Bob, and very poor English it is sometimes.
I sometimes wonder what drives people so far to have such a big tattoo. They can not even see it because it is on their back. You must really have dedication.Greetings,Filip
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo..there someone had to say it Steffe :))
I couldn't give the photo that title myself as I already met a girl with a dragon tattoo!
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