One of the traditions I picked back up this year was go back to the Festival of Lights at Van Dusen Gardens in Vancouver, BC, Canada with my Mom. Here are some of the pictures and if you live in the area I highly recommend it!
Well, as I was warned getting tattoo’s is addictive as I just got my second tattoo. My second one is the Batman symbol with Harley Quinn colors on the back of my right calf. Much smaller and simplier than my first but a good second.
Contiuning in my series of posts about Halloween events around abouts where I live we come to the Stanley Park Ghost Train. Now, there are those who say it’s only an event for little children but you seen awful lot of adults traveling alone. It’s nostalgic for me at this point and every year they have a different theme.
So, below is a gallery of some of my favorite photos over many years worth of visits. Please note the photos are taken from a cellphone camera on a very wobby train in the dark.
Now, when it comes to events in British Columbia, Canada where I live often gets the shaft. Our Fan Expo isn’t even compatible to Toronto’s and our yearly exhibition, the PNE is also not even comparable in size and scope to Ontario. However, I do still love the PNE and one other even they have yearly is Fright Nights! A collection of haunted houses, a freak show and lot of different carnival rides.
The Tattoo is finally complete! As stated previously I had very high expectations for this and the final result is far better than I thought was possible. I don’t regret it in the least (a good thing, considering) and am glad I finally got off my duff and had it done.
Had my second session getting my first tattoo and as you can see its a doozy to start with. I need one more visit for the edges to be finished up and then the first one will be finished. I say the first one because I already have an idea for a second one. That wont be until much later this year or next year as I have other pending expenses.
The tattoo was designed and done by David Phelps from Adrenaline Tattoo in Downtown Vancouver, BC, Canada.