Swallows Tattoos Designs and Meanings
Bird tattoos are becoming more and more popular, and the swallow is one of the most popular of them all. Swallows live in America-north of Alaska and south to Chile-and have been depicted as Native American legends, in literature, folklore and mythology, and often as a symbol of love. They are also strongly associated with the Aztecs, whose royal house and religious leaders wore feathers and dead swallows around their necks in small pockets. The Aztecs believed dead warriors are reborn as swallows. Trinidad and Tobago are known as the “land of swallows.” The swallow is a unique and graceful bird. It can fly in all directions, even backwards and upside down, up to 25 miles per hour, and then stop at a dime. It eats up to fifty times a day, just to stay alive, due to the constant burning of energy. The swallow is often colored with flowers that it could not survive without flowers and flowers could not survive. Because the swallow is so small, it has to work hard to survive. A tattoo of a swallows can represent these troubles of people who go through a lot in life. Many people can relate to these and use the swallow as a symbol of power. It can also represent life for people who live and love life to the fullest.
Swallows tattoo meanings
Although swallows tattooing is often an overcoming of difficult times, it also has many other meanings, including love, joy, hope, life, and charm, and in many different cultures the swallow is a symbol of peace. One of the key features of the swallow is that they are always on the go. The tattoo provides energy and strength, hard work and untiring efforts. You can be a person who strives to do a good job and get things done. One of these meanings is well represented by the swallow-tattoo.
Swallows tattoo designs and styles
The swallow can be creative with many color options and usually accompanied by flowers, clouds, rainbows, butterflies, dragonflies and plants. Whether the swallow tattoo is for you or not, make sure you research all sorts of designs, styles and meanings. You should make sure you know what it represents.