Declan Harcombe

Declan Harcombe

Declan Harcombe
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The sun tattoo, although not very common, yet the simple tattoo ideas and easy tattoo designs with the use of different tattoo ink. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The sun tattoo, although not very common, yet the simple tattoo ideas and easy tattoo designs with the use of different tattoo ink. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Tattoos rock! Small tattoos on the finger and inside of the finger are one of the hottest trends lately. Especially inner finger tattoos are the most eye catching ones that you can flash and show off whenever you want. Some of the appealing designs for this placement include one word tattoos, bird, …

Tattoos rock! Small tattoos on the finger and inside of the finger are one of the hottest trends lately. Especially inner finger tattoos are the most eye catching ones that you can flash and show off whenever you want. Some of the appealing designs for this placement include one word tattoos, bird, …

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Look how tiny this was done. Wonder if you could do something like this in color without outlines

Look how tiny this was done. Wonder if you could do something like this in color without outlines

windmill in a dust storm, rustic, landscape, color, photography on Etsy, $35.00

windmill in a dust storm, rustic, landscape, color, photography on Etsy, $35.00

Griffiths Bros. & Co Toowoomba, Queensland, made the first windmills in Australia in 1876. With the trade name 'Southern Cross', they have been the most popular windmill in Australia since 1903. Nerrandera ©Darren Stones www.darrenstones.com.au

Griffiths Bros. & Co Toowoomba, Queensland, made the first windmills in Australia in 1876. With the trade name 'Southern Cross', they have been the most popular windmill in Australia since 1903. Nerrandera ©Darren Stones www.darrenstones.com.au