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Blog specifically to help the discerning tattoo lover find the right elements for their next tattoo. Always wanted to know what the meaning might be of the tattoo you already have? This blog on image symbolism will help you plan or expand on your next tattoo. Symbolic meaning and images have always been a part of our lives, signs and symbols are everywhere. Incorporating symbols that have meaning to you into your tattoos can help in self-discovery and self-expression.
A Summery, Northwesty, Potterish Pause
Hello friends! I feel as if I've been away from you forever, even though it's really been only a week. I've been in a bit of a stupor since New Year's (can you believe we're already two weeks into the new year?), but it's been a busy kind of a stupor. I really could have completely crashed after the holidays, gone on vacation...or just laid low for a smidge...but the surprise that gets me every single year, got me again this year...I had to start planning my summer camps, ASAP...all five of…
How To Draw A Native American Tattoo, Native American Tattoo, Step by Step, Drawing Guide, by Dawn
Here is an awesome drawing on a tattoo design that reminds of me mother nature and everything earthy. Up next, we will learn "how to draw a Native
A Set of Well-illustrated Native American Symbols and Meanings
Bear, feather, eagle and arrow are some of the well-known Native American symbols. The symbols usually signified qualities that were adored by these tribes.
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The Thunderbird symbolises power, protection and strength. He is often seen as the most powerful of all spirits. It was believed that thunder was caused by the flapping of the wings of this supersized bird. His flapping would also cause the wind to move which would drive the clouds that would rain. By creating rain storms he waters the earth, making it possible for vegetation to grow. He was said to be so huge that he could easily carry a killer whale out of the water with his talons.