Friday, August 24, 2007

Full Frontal Friday III

Happy Full Frontal Friday! Hope you guys might participate, if so, let me know!

Tattoos. I love em'; I always have. I got my first one on St. Patrick's Day 1995, which is nothing even worth showing. I hate that one. But I thought for today's FFF, I would show a couple of my others... Not the most revealing FFF, but I hope you will enjoy.

Taking up my lower back, Miss Panther resides there relaxing very peacefully, this was done in 1999 at "Ramesess Shadow" Tattoo in Memphis TN.

Another fine piece that claims most of the middle of my upper back, is my Celtic Tree of Life, which was also done by Ramesses Shadow, October 2005. I have since had it filled in, but it needs a little touch up, so I don't want to present a final photo until I get the touch up.

Other than that, Happy Friday Y'all!!! :)

10 comments:

Jay said...

I've been considering getting a tattoo, but can't decide what it will be. Maybe I'll get one for my 40th birthday!

awaiting said...

I've always wanted a tattoo...but I hate pain. (Coming from the woman with four kids)

RockDog said...

I keep thinking about getting one, but can never decide on a design...



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Dan said...

Happy weekend Jaxxx!

I love tattoos on women's lower backs. I like when they bend down to get something off the bottom shelf at the Whole Foods and ...

ok, better stop here. :)

Rajeev said...

I love tattoos!!
sad that there arent any good tattoo artists here!

peace & love
Jeevy

captain corky said...

Both of your tats are cool, but the Celtic Tree is awesome!

I have two myself. One on each shoulder.

Not-So-Naughty Voyeur said...

I appreciate the art of a tattoo, but wouldn't get one. I'm a big puss. And am afraid with age it will sag and look freakish. But I enjoyed that show Miami Ink, and now see that the hot chick Cat/Kat? has her own show LA Ink now. Good for her :)

FOUR DINNERS said...

top artwork!!

barnze said...

Nice.Good of you to get you're tatts out for the lads.

Aunt Jackie said...

Thanks everyone, glad you enjoyed the designs... The guys from that shop are tops. They're nothing to be afraid of, if you're thinking on it, go ahead and do it--we live once. Who cares how inky we are when we're 90. :)