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Maternity session, shot with Canon Xsi

Day #3:
A tattoo

I saw a woman walking toward me on the street recently. She looked decidedly tough — tattoos up and down her arms, hair in a buzz cut, walking a big dog. But one of her tattoos made me pause and tears immediately came to my eyes. It was big (sprawling across her entire chest) and said three words:

I am enough.

I stopped and looked over my shoulder as she passed, debating about whether I should stop and take her photo. Would that be weird? Is it okay to ask the story behind the tattoo? Surely there is a good story.

I chickened out, intimidated by her look. But I have decided since, that if you tattoo the words “I am enough” across your chest, you better be prepared for curious humans to ask you about it. And the next time I see her, I will.

Find a tattoo today. And be extra brave if it’s a stranger.

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4 Comments

  1. liberrygrrl
    Posted August 23, 2012 at 11:22 am | Permalink

    I’ve come to believe that sometimes the people that look the toughest are often the softest. They have that scary look to protect them from the world.

    Of course, I also try not to paint people with a broad brush stroke because it’s not always true. :-)

  2. Posted August 23, 2012 at 11:40 am | Permalink

    i love this andrea!

    i so have a feeling you will indeed see her again and find out that story!

    and thanks for the sneak peek of the class…its going to be amazing!

  3. Posted August 23, 2012 at 2:00 pm | Permalink

    So excited about this course!

  4. Posted August 23, 2012 at 5:15 pm | Permalink

    As a woman with many tattoos I speak from experience when I say that you won’t be the first or the last person to ask. Next time…do it.

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