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Image from web page 374 of “Birds that hunt and are hunted: life histories of a single hundred and seventy birds of prey, game birds and water-fowls” (1904)

Thursday, September 4th, 2014

A few nice Wings Tattoos images I located:

Image from web page 374 of “Birds that hunt and are hunted: life histories of a single hundred and seventy birds of prey, game birds and water-fowls” (1904)
Wings Tattoos

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Identifier: cu31924090299755
Title: Birds that hunt and are hunted: life histories of 1 hundred and seventy birds of prey, game birds and water-fowls
Year: 1904 (1900s)
Authors: Blanchan, Neltje
Subjects: Birds
Publisher: New York, Doubleday, Page &amp business

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is head,distends the sacs on either side of his neck that appear like orangesfastened there, ruffles up his feathers to seem twice his naturalsize, erects and spreads his tail, droops his wings, and, rushingacross the arena, takes the floor. Now the ball is opened in-deed. Out rush other dancers, stamping the ground difficult astheir feet beat a fast tattoo the air escaping from their brightsacs making a sort of bubbling crow, quite different from thedeep organ tone of the pinnated grouse the rustling of thevibrating wings and tail furnishing added music. Now all joinin at 1st there is dignified decorum, but the fun grows fastand furious, then nonetheless quicker and nonetheless much more furious the crazybirds twist and twirl, stamp and leap over each other in theirfrenzy, each moment producing a lot more noise, until their energyfinally spent, they calm down into sane creatures once again. Theymove quietly about more than the nicely worn space (a chickensstamping ground, measuring from fifty to 1 hundred feet 282

Text Appearing Soon after Image:
Bob Whites, Grouse, etc. across, according to Mr. Ernest Seton Thompson), when, withoutwarning, some male has a fresh seizure that quickly starts anothersaturnalia. The whole functionality reminds a single so stronglyof a Cree dance, says Mr. Thompson, as to suggest thepossibility of its getting the prototype of the Indian workout. . . .The dancing is indulged in at any time of the morning or even-ing in Could, but it is generally at its height before sunrise. Itserotic character can hardly be questioned, but I can not fix itsplace or worth in the nuptial ceremonies. The reality that I haveseveral occasions noticed the birds join for a brief set to in the latefall merely emphasizes its parallelism to the drumming and strut-ting of the ruffed grouse as effectively as the singing of modest birds. After pairing, the male, in the usual selfish style of histribe, enables his mate to seek some spot of concealment, scratchout an excavation screened by grasses, and attend to all nurs-ery duties, even though he joins a club of

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Tuesday, November 5th, 2013

A few nice Music Tattoos pictures I identified:

Music Tattoos

Image by davidmpacey
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Music Tattoos

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Music Tattoos

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The Black Butler Hunt

Friday, May 10th, 2013

A couple of good Fairy Tattoos pictures I found:

The Black Butler Hunt
Fairy Tattoos

Image by Lindsay Rozen
NAMINOKE by taiko McCaw
Fairy Tail by xxxriexxx Serevi
Noctis by Yelena Istmal
December by MandyMandy McMillan
Squeek! by Seraph Kegel
Love Soul by BlueStarRUI Villot
R2 Fashion by rei2 aya
Bubblez Design by milo Bubble
(-Atypical-) by Adonis Hunniton
.:*Sowelu Skin*:. by Sowelu mint
:::Regalo:::TATTOO by CopyCat Dexing
*pulcino* by piyogorou Aichi
ROZENA by Lindsay Rozen
Frippery by Elizabeth Tinsley
1mm*** by mirin Shippe
:pesca: by tsugu Nirvana
**+ANCAYI+** by cagalli Tokyoska
RONSEM by Eow Reverie
*RibboN* by Mao Melody
::Shiva:: by ruki CORE Komachi Lemon
****em**** by mikiya Alter
Ducknipple by beanster Potato
LittleGirl by Beaumont Ryba
*salire by salire Landar
KUE! by Jubatajuno Noyes
***Ambrosia*** by Sherry Otsuka
+:::+All-natural+:::+ by Ayuu Fairey
M*Motion by Mame Tunwarm
.:BND:. by ling Serenity
How Vexing? by Myuuji Bubble
*.amato.* by haruhi Amaterasu
Furmanity by Yakisha Yalin
lassitude &amp ennui by Jackal Ennui
Frosted Wings by Kurai Thei
Sucreries de fairyzette Sahara

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the small mermaid
Fairy Tattoos

Image by ( kurtz )
eny’s new tattoo, taken from some art-noveau era fairy tale book, etched by Jay at Tower Tattoos. best viewed in complete size

Modest Hunter – Sambar Hunt 2004

Wednesday, February 20th, 2013

A couple of good Wildlife Tattoos photos I discovered:

Modest Hunter – Sambar Hunt 2004
Wildlife Tattoos

Image by St.VincentVolunteers
Photo by USFWS Volunteer, Robin Rickel Vroegop.

Fire Breathing Mythical Dragon
Wildlife Tattoos

Image by Beverly & Pack
Designed with the fantastic image of a Dragon by Wili Hybird, along with the fantastic texture of fire Agni- The Fire God- Totally free Texture by Eddi 07.

Like most mythological creatures, dragons are perceived in distinct approaches by different cultures. Dragons are occasionally mentioned to breathe and spit fire or poison, and ice. They are commonly portrayed as serpentine or reptilian, hatching from eggs and possessing generally feathered or scaly bodies. They are at times portrayed as obtaining massive yellow or red eyes, a feature that is the origin of the word for dragon in a lot of cultures. They are often portrayed with a row of dorsal spines, keeled scales, or leathery bat-like wings. Winged dragons are usually portrayed only in European dragons even though Oriental versions of the dragon resemble large snakes. Dragons can have a variable number of legs: none, two, four, or far more when it comes to early European literature. Also, some dragons in Greek literature have been known to have millions of legs at a time. Contemporary depictions of dragons tend to be bigger than their original representations, which had been frequently smaller than humans, but grew in the myths and tales of man over the years.

Even though dragons take place in many legends around the planet, distinct cultures have varying stories about monsters that have been grouped with each other under the dragon label.

Dragons are frequently held to have significant spiritual significance in various religions and cultures about the planet. In numerous Asian cultures dragons had been, and in some cultures nonetheless are, revered as representative of the primal forces of nature, religion and the universe. They are associated with wisdom—often stated to be wiser than humans—and longevity. They are commonly said to possess some kind of magic or other supernatural power, and are often related with wells, rain, and rivers. In some cultures, they are also stated to be capable of human speech.

The term dragoon, for infantry that moved about on horseback however nevertheless fought as foot soldiers, is derived from their early firearm, the &quotdragon&quot, a wide-bore musket that spat flame when it fired, and was as a result named for the mythical creature.

Wildlife Tattoos

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