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So her leg is bent as if she is flying or about to take a step.

So her leg is bent as if she is flying or about to take a step.

All About Art Tattoo Studio Rangiora. Upstairs 5 Good Street, Rangiora. 03 310 6669 or 022 125 7761. WHEN ONLY THE BEST WILL DO Member FFTC -NZ

All About Art Tattoo Studio Rangiora. Upstairs 5 Good Street, Rangiora. 03 310 6669 or 022 125 7761. WHEN ONLY THE BEST WILL DO Member FFTC -NZ

✯ Artist Courtney Thomas ✯                                                                                                                                                                                 More

✯ Artist Courtney Thomas ✯ More

those flowers tho...

those flowers tho...

ORIGINAL ART - Watercolor Paintings Q - Z - Amy Brown Fairy Art - The Official Gallery

ORIGINAL ART - Watercolor Paintings Q - Z - Amy Brown Fairy Art - The Official Gallery

PRINTS-OPEN EDITION - Mermaids - Amy Brown Fairy Art - The Official Gallery

PRINTS-OPEN EDITION - Mermaids - Amy Brown Fairy Art - The Official Gallery

Midsummer Fairies Bluebell SMALL 8.5x11 Art Print by CaseyRobinArt, $20.00

Midsummer Fairies Bluebell SMALL 8.5x11 Art Print by CaseyRobinArt, $20.00

Michael Parkes Goddess of the Hunt

Michael Parkes Goddess of the Hunt

Soul of a bird                                                                   by Caroline Jamhour

Soul of a bird by Caroline Jamhour

"The Green Fairy" {popular aperitif in the late 1800's} Absinthe spawned its own world, one in which its drinkers spoke a secret language and with a wink-wink understood each other perfectly. When ordering a drink, it was understood that the question “With or without?” meant with or without a shot of absinthe. {featured in an episode of Murdoch Mysteries}

"The Green Fairy" {popular aperitif in the late 1800's} Absinthe spawned its own world, one in which its drinkers spoke a secret language and with a wink-wink understood each other perfectly. When ordering a drink, it was understood that the question “With or without?” meant with or without a shot of absinthe. {featured in an episode of Murdoch Mysteries}