Alabama Snapshots | My Tattoos

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Blue ribbon for my husband and Huntington’s Disease awareness and the cross for my faith.

SUBMITTED BY Robin Griffin, Arley.

When my kids were little, I would sign them “I love you.” My son is the artist of this tat on my left wrist.

SUBMITTED BY Lisa Parker, Moulton.

This was from my birthday get together at the beautiful Gulf Coast in Orange Beach, AL.

SUBMITTED BY Jennifer Newby, Pelham.

My grandson’s name is Colin Fisher McNeil. He loves to fish, so he had his name tattooed.

SUBMITTED BYBonnie McNeil, Silverhill.

Roll Tide forever.

Randall Williams, Bay Minette.

Sunflower fields are a favorite spot for family photos. Send us yours and you could win $10!

Submit “Sunflower Fields” photos by June 30.Winning photos will run in the August issue.

Submit Online:

Submit by Mail: Snapshots, P.O. Box 244014 Montgomery, AL 36124

RULES: Alabama Living will pay $10 for photos that best match our theme of the month. Photos may also be published on our website at and on our Facebook page. Alabama Living is not responsible for lost or damaged photos. Send a self-addressed stamped envelope to have photos returned.


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