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Photo for tatoo

Posted by mgood4u z6-PA (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 22, 07 at 14:55

Hi everyone. I have taken long thought into this and I would like to cover an old faded tatoo of mine with a "tiger lily" not the real one but more like H. Fulva. Why I choose this particular flower is a long story-lol! But, I was wondering if anyone would be willing to send me a photo via email that I could possibly use to show the artist. The tatoo needs to be about the size of the actual flower maybe a bit larger. I would like one single flower head that is vibrantly orange and I like the black dots as well, but not nessasary. I am on a mission for the most vibrant one that would look good on my back. If anyone has a good shot and wants to share it, that would be so helpful to me! Thanks, Dawn-mgood4u

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RE: Photo for tatoo

Well, here is a link to one of my web albums that has several lilly close ups you can download. It also has some macros of daylilies that are similar.

You can also find many pictures of tiger lilies by typing that into google and then hitting "images".

Of course, as you know with your last one, when it comes to tattoos, you might find that the bloom may be off the lily for you before the lily is off you. :)

Here is a link that might be useful: webshots album

RE: Photo for tatoo

rcnaylor, thanks so much for letting me browse your photos. They are beautiful. I like the brightness of the orange lily. My hubby is trying to talk me out of it....guess I have more thinking to do! lol. I appreciate the link! :)Dawn

RE: Photo for tatoo

Tiger lilies are beautiful. I'm sure it would be a great addition.

As a husband, my wife reminds me routinely how seldom we are right. :)

Good luck. And, I'm glad you enjoyed the link.

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