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The swallow is a bird that chooses a mate for life  and will only nest with that bird and no other.  Therefore a swallow tattoo is also a symbol for  everlasting love and loyalty to the family.  Swallow pairs travel long distances,  only to find their way back to each other at home. That's why I got mine! by Rayne790

The swallow is a bird that chooses a mate for life and will only nest with that bird and no other. Therefore a swallow tattoo is also a symbol for everlasting love and loyalty to the family. Swallow pairs travel long distances, only to find their way back to each other at home. That's why I got mine! by Rayne790

Swallows also represent a symbol towards the LGBT community. Harold..

Swallows also represent a symbol towards the LGBT community. Harold..

Jennifer MacNeill-Traylor  (gypsymarestudios on Flickr.) | BW black english eye ears | cheval noir

Jennifer MacNeill-Traylor (gypsymarestudios on Flickr.) | BW black english eye ears | cheval noir

Words can't describe how much I love horses or how strong , brave , beautiful , and just amazing they are <3

Words can't describe how much I love horses or how strong , brave , beautiful , and just amazing they are <3

Love jumping, this photo reminds me of that flying sensation you get

Love jumping, this photo reminds me of that flying sensation you get

How To Lose Belly Fat in 10 Days : Targeted Exercises To Lose Belly Fat Fast (You Can Do It at Home) - YouTube

How To Lose Belly Fat in 10 Days : Targeted Exercises To Lose Belly Fat Fast (You Can Do It at Home) - YouTube

Mat Nicholls // Bring Me The Horizon

Mat Nicholls // Bring Me The Horizon

Mat Nicholls // Bring Me The Horizon

Mat Nicholls // Bring Me The Horizon

Matt Nicholls

Matt Nicholls

“Here is a floral piece I did not so long back, my customer wanted a cover up of her old tattoo so we did some laser removal first to fade it enough to…”

“Here is a floral piece I did not so long back, my customer wanted a cover up of her old tattoo so we did some laser removal first to fade it enough to…”