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Tano - Whanautanga

Added on May 1st, 2009

Tano - Whanautanga

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Birth

The first version of this tattoo represents the meeting of two lives (ferns symbolize maturity, adults) that together generate a new life (the koru), which becomes the center of their lives. The fish hook symbolizes wealth and prosperity.

The second version is turtle-shaped, with waves patterns and tikis, to symbolize family, change and protection.

Requested by Mario.


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