Marriage Scars

These matching diamondplate pattern cuttings were done by Lewis Dodd in Valentia, Spain, on Abi and Will as a part of their marriage.

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17 thoughts on “Marriage Scars

  1. first thing i thought of was tire treads… but other than that its precious that as a married couple they have matching scars. aww, they’ll line up and match when they hug!

  2. thats so cool. very ancient aboriginal. i know some ancient tribes participated in scarification and often friends scarred friends. i feel like if we still had practicies like that we wouldn’t take friendships so lightly, i mean, would you really wanna just throw a friendship away over something dumb once you had let them touch your body like that

  3. marriage marks, much like tattoos or any other commitment marks mean fuck-all. Good luck to you though :)

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