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Friday, March 12, 2010

Hummingbird Tattoo

Hummingbird Tattoo
In this image we can see where someone has used a hummingbird tattoo to show off two names. Probably two names of a couple who has gotten married. That’s the guess anyway being as these names seem to be last names. It is almost as if this tattoo were symbolizing two names that were joined together in flight. Their flight of life in fact. And that is quite a nice thought indeed, is it not? The more I think about it, the more I like this tattoo for that very reason.

Like this hummingbird tattoo, I like when people use their tattoos to signify something very important in their life. Something like a marriage or the birth of a child, or anything like that. And I guess I like that because it means you just can’t go wrong. No one can tell you there’s anything wrong with just a tattoo because it will always make sense to you. And at the end of the day that is all that will ever really matter. And you want to use a hummingbird tattoo to achieve this goal, then why not. Go for it and enjoy it.

Hummingbird Tattoo
Humming birds are symbols of peace, and perseverance. Dragon lilies are also known throughout the world as a symbol of beauty, which is probably why this hummingbird tattoo is so beautiful. This tattoo uses so many colors; Red, blue, green, yellow, black, pink, purple, and white. The humming bird itself is mostly green, while the feathers are a mix of blue, red, and pink. the tail feathers of the hummingbird are purple and white, while the beak is a yellow color. There is a tint of pinkish red on the side of the humming birds face, and the air coming off the hummingbirds wings are a teal color. the dragon lilies are pink, blue, and orange, all mixed with a hint of white and with green stems and leaves. There are smaller flowers in the background, as if to say they are off in the distance. This is a masterful peace of art work, utilizing the beauty of the dragon lily with the harmony of the hummingbird. All of the colors mix wonderfully into a perfect pallet of color, and the design itself breaths beauty. Just another example of how good animal tattoos can look, if worked on real hard.

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