Wednesday, July 18, 2012

The Illustrated Woman

This lovely lady is a feminine work of art.

Her tattoos are a combined picture, meaning she can put her arms together to make a solid drawing. The flowers represent each family member she loves. 

The butterflies illustrate a time when she was an iron worker. It was her first time on a particular type of girder, and wore no safety cables. She was ninety-feet in the air and just as she took her first step onto the girder, a butterfly landed on her shoulder staying with her all day. The trolls are a man and a woman giving each other a lady bug; the gnomes are protectors.

Photograph copyright 2012 Larry F. Levenson. All rights reserved.

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