This month we chat about micro tattoos…. Micro tattoos have gained popularity in recent years, with many people opting for these small, minimalist designs. However, while you may think micro tattoos look cool, there are several drawbacks to this trend that should be considered before getting one. Firstly, the size of micro tattoos means that they often lack detail and can blur over time. This is especially true for designs that are intricate or have fine lines. As the tattoo ages and the lines start to blur, the once-precise design can become a smudged mess. Additionally, micro tattoos can be expensive for their size. Despite being small in scale, the intricate work required to create a detailed design can make the price of a micro tattoo comparable to that of a larger, more detailed tattoo. This can be especially frustrating if the tattoo ends up fading or blurring over time. Finally, the trend towards micro tattoos can also lead to poor decision-making when it comes to tattoo placement. Many people may opt for a small, discreet design without considering how it will look in the context of their overall tattoo collection. As a result, micro tattoos can end up feeling out of place or disjointed when viewed in conjunction with larger, more detailed tattoos. Finally as with any tattoo trend, it is important to carefully consider the long-term implications before getting a micro tattoo.
So much for summer, damn the rain, wind and cold that's blown in.... just as I was really starting to enjoy the weather. Even Laika jumped up on the bed and curled up against me, ok she is a husky that likes laying in the sun, so she didn't like the wind and cold either. We live at one of the most dangerous seafaring places in the world, many factors combine here making it a passage feared by sailors. The violent, rampant winds and the hundreds of reported shipwrecks along the coast earned it the name "Cape of Storms" and later changed to the Cape of Good Hope. The Peninsula, in occupying this latitude, is first in line to be affected by the extreme winds and huge Antarctic swells which conflict not only with the South African anticyclone but also the powerful Agulhas current, descending from the Indian Ocean. This all makes the ever changing weather a pain, that's what you get when you live on an island with a lighthouse....lol Oh good heavens, baby